Thursday, March 1, 2012

More poses in shadow and light

This is the second post of me posing in the sunbeam that comes through the skinny windows by our front door every winter.  But last time it was a Wordless Wednesday.  Those photos were actually taken around 2006 or 2007 and although it's difficult to see, I am actually missing the hair on the back of my head right between the ears.  On a side note, it took at least a year for that hair to grow back since it was shaved for the MRI and spinal tap procedures when I was diagnosed with PDE.  Anyway, since I love to lay in the sun, I thought I'd give mom an opportunity to update those pictures.

Dad got in on the act too, and took this one of me while I was trying to nap.

He used a special setting in one of his iPhone apps to create the soft yet vibrant quality.  Don't I look like a CGI pug?  Extra cuddly too.



Gracie the Agility Pug said...

You look so beautiful and comfie.

Meredith LeBlanc said...

We'd like to be sitting in that sunbeam with you, it looks so nice. Beautiful pictures :)

Scarlet & Meredith

Sammy and Neko said...

OMG, mama just posted sunny pics too - well, sun bathing pugs .... yeah, we usually work on getting the perfect pug tan...
Again, you are so cute.. Mama is going gaga over your pics.

Have a great day, P !

Sabrina PugTails said...

Wow, I love that last picture, very nice dreamy quality. I love the sunbeam too. Mum opens the bedroom curtains for me every morning so I can lay in the sun while she's at work.

RebTee said...

That's MY favourite activity, too, Payton! We'll have to get together and sunbeam nap. And that last photo of you is super cool. You look like a superhero in a comic book!

Lola Pug

Archie and Melissa said...

hi payton!
oh you are a super model!
seeing you always makes our day!

Elgor82 said...

Those are some great shots ... we love our sunbeam, too! Love Zoe, Peyton, Webster & Liberty

Pug Slope said...

Great photos, Payton! They are very "high fashion". That last one is HAWT! You sure know how to work the angles.


P.S. I had to re-watch that video of you getting that amazing back scratch. I got my dad to try the inverted back scratch on me but I got a little freaked out being upside down and hovering in the air. I guess it takes practice to be able to get in that zone that you get in!

Tamara Watson said...

Very editorial, Payton. :)

Rupert + Tamara

Suki said...

Hi Payton,
I'm with Gracie. Enjoy the beams.


Southern Fried Pugs said...

Sun puddles are the best. Mom hasn't gotten any of those camera apps yet. She spends too much time on that iPhone anyway!

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Oh I can feel that sun beam as it reaches down and hugs you Payton!
I can tell how good it feels by that look of joy on your face!
Soak it in, soak it in!
And yes, your photos is so soft looking and the special effects I just love.
What a little cutie pie you are!

a boy a girl and a pug said...

i love the official pug's so funny...mine sit like that all the time. hooray for some warm sun!

tubby3pug said...

Those are very artsy pictures, lovely!
Urban Hounds

Rumpydog said...

Great shots! I love the contrasts.

Winston Wilbur said...

those are some really cool pics! Mum luvs shadow and sun photos.

Mum says that pug fur seems to takes a long time to grow backs. I had my bum area shaved when I had a hot spot and it tooks 6 months for that to grow backs in!


Frank The Tank said...

Hi Payton!
I really love the last photo of you, you look so gorgeous and you look really really fluffy! You would make such a wonderful model! The sunshine and shadows all over you look really artistic, really good photos today! I cant believe that the photos were taken so long ago especially that it was taken while you were missing the hair after it was shaved for the MRI and spinal tap procedures for your diagnosis of PDE - awwwww bless you! You look really good! All my love, licks, hugs, tummy rubs from your friend Frank xxxxxxxxxxxxx