As the sun started to hide its smile in the vast panorama of skies, the girls and I decided to bond outside. It was a fine afternoon perfect to breath fresh air. Shayne opted to take pictures while I taught Trisha how to play badminton.
Shayne is into photography nowadays while Trisha is more into sports. The latter has just finished her swimming lesson and she wants to learn now how to play badminton.
After several attempts of trying to teach Trisha how to hit the shuttlecock, an adorable neighbor’s dog named Zac appeared out of nowhere and tried to join the fun. I simply fell in love with him so I decided to take pictures.
Unfortunately, the feeling wasn’t mutual because I just found myself chasing him to have a good shot. Whenever I was about to catch him in a perfect position he would turn his back as if teasing me by wagging his tail.
I tried and tried but never succeeded. Until such time that Princess, our neighbor, decided to hug him so that I could capture him in a good position. Still, Zac seemed to tell me that he’s camera shy because obviously, I never got a good shot of him. Too bad. Grrrrr…
Shayne decided to have a try and miracle of miracles, the bashful Zac suddenly posed and showed his adorable face! Now, talk about favorites.
But, I just simply love him specially his pinkish tongue and white huggable furs so I guess he’s forgiven now for ruining early my career in photography.
Evidently, Shayne has more future in photography than me.
Oh, I was successful though in teaching Trisha how to hit the shuttlecock…only that she ended up hitting her hand also. Needless to say, I was in for endless teasing from the two girls. Ugh!
Here are more photos taken by Shayne…
Trisha: Ate Shayne, make sure it's beautiful.
Oh, what happened? No more birds and cow? Emo girl. Tsk, tsk, tsk.
Pretty girls in pink.