Blooper Reel

Many movies have taken to including a blooper reel since even the biggest stars can blow a line. We thought we would share one of ours.

So you need some pictures, Hu-Dad?

So you need some pictures, Hu-Dad?

You may think we are always willing models, but we have been known to be slightly uncooperative sometimes. Just last night, Hu-Dad was trying to capture some photos of Typhoon for a little story.

Do you want the alert look?

Do you want the alert look?

The modeling was going well and Hu-Dad was capturing some great pictures, despite the fact that Frankie was actually laying in Hu-Dad’s lap the entire time Typhoon was being photographed.

How about pensive? I can do pensive.

How about pensive? I can do pensive.

Then, Typhoon looked straight at the camera just as the flash went off. The diva mode kicked in.

Must you use the flash?

Must you use that flash?

So ended the photo session.

2 Comments

  1. Mom, Ice 'n Ebby on January 16, 2016 at 4:03 pm

    Mom sez: Yeah, and you could try for (literally) days, to get him to “wink” at you like that, and it’d NEVER happen!

  2. All Things Collie on January 16, 2016 at 10:51 am

    BOL, that last picture is pretty funny!

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