Although the photos in the show are drawn from Conor's back catalogue, I liked how most of them were linked by the golden light, or light in general. Here's Tess, with the shadow of her master.
Conor's photos hang alongside some cool portraits by an artist named James Clayden. I liked how the two energies played off each other, making Conor's work feel a little more playful and Clayden's feel like a part of the real world.
The sun had gone behind the clouds on our way home, but I still like this picture.
Upon our return, there was an impromptu round of crazy chase in the front yard. Cranking up the shutter speed gave this portrait of Tess an unintended Bill Henson appeal.
She moves so quick, it's hard to lock a focus on her. The beetle however - no problem.
Quick breather/weird tongue move.
Time to head inside?