We left off the e-pics at the circle. After taking pictures on the steps, we moved onto a grassy patch right next to the monument.
There were many, many pictures of our puggies: Harley, Sophie, and Dixie!
Erin did some great fisheye shots... Sophie:
Pug Momma duty doesn't stop for anything, so I had a few poopies to pick up along the way!
Mr Pug and I did some portraits along the wall of the monument. I LOVE how Mr Pug cheezed it up like a stalker in this one... I laugh every time I see it!
I love the next two but Mr Pug says it's my fake smile!!! I guess I have to agree... these are already a few hundred photos in!
We also took some in front of a gate, but apparently my hair got messed up leaning against the wall... I am HATING the frizz-fest!
My beautiful ring got some portraits done as well!
The small one is the promise ring Mr Pug gave to me exactly one year before proposing- to the day!
We moved back to the grass for some "greener" photos. I love this one of us... we look so peaceful.
We took some nice family portraits!
This is definitely the best one!
Mr Pug and I threw in some pug head tilts for good measure... left...
Mr Pug always cracks me up!
Sophie was jealous of our smoochin'!
After all the photos in the grass I had to use my pug hair roller... we go through a lot of these in my house.
This is another view of the monument, from the side. We got lucky to have such a nice day!
Then we walked away from the circle... off to do some pictures elsewhere downtown.
(Those have my favorite photo effect- I love how it looks aged, crisp, and still colorful in it's own way!)
Where did we go next? You'll have to find out in Part Three!