Labrador Pups – Henry & George

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Labrador Pups
Labrador Pups
Labrador Pups
Labrador Pups

Labrador Pups – Two 6 week old Golden Labrador Puppies snuggled up sleeping

If you are partial to Labradors and also love the soft paws and muzzles of a puppy this print is the one for you, there is so much adorableness oozing from this print. These precious pups were photographed by Rachael at their breeder's home in Lake Hawea, New Zealand for an article on Puppies for DOGS Magazine Germany. After playing around with their littermates, it didn’t take long for these two 6 week old pups to crash and fall into a deep slumber. Once asleep it was easy for Rachael to rearrange them into the perfect sleeping pose to create this divine image. When moving and rearranging a puppy when it is sleeping it is important to hold the puppy gently but firmly in the position you want them to be until they set, then you can slowly soften your hold and gradually remove your hands.

These Puppies were Photographed by Rachael using a Hasselblad H5 Digital Camera in Natural Light.

Rachael recommends this image to be framed full bleed using the Whitewashed or White Frame, or with the White Frame if you choose to have a white border on your Fine Art Print.

Labrador Pups

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Labrador Pups – Two 6 week old Golden Labrador Puppies snuggled up sleeping

If you are partial to Labradors and also love the soft paws and muzzles of a puppy this print is the one for you, there is so much adorableness oozing from this print. These precious pups were photographed by Rachael at their breeder's home in Lake Hawea, New Zealand for an article on Puppies for DOGS Magazine Germany. After playing around with their littermates, it didn’t take long for these two 6 week old pups to crash and fall into a deep slumber. Once asleep it was easy for Rachael to rearrange them into the perfect sleeping pose to create this divine image. When moving and rearranging a puppy when it is sleeping it is important to hold the puppy gently but firmly in the position you want them to be until they set, then you can slowly soften your hold and gradually remove your hands.

These Puppies were Photographed by Rachael using a Hasselblad H5 Digital Camera in Natural Light.

Rachael recommends this image to be framed full bleed using the Whitewashed or White Frame, or with the White Frame if you choose to have a white border on your Fine Art Print.

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