Huskies in the snow in Placerville

It doesn’t snow often in Placerville, but when it does, no one enjoys it more than my two siberian huskies, Luna and Vesta.  They are truly in their element in the snow, and it shows.  It snowed unexpectedly yesterday, and I rushed to take a few photos before it melted today.  This is the first time my new camera really got a workout; the lighting conditions were very challenging since we shot while it was snowing heavily.  I protected the camera with a ziploc bag, bundled up in warm clothes, and photographed the dogs until my fingers were too cold to shoot any more.  

Vesta the husky looks so pretty with the snowflakes falling all around.

Vesta looks like a wild creature in the snow

Luna and Vesta played all afternoon in the snow — happy huskies!

Luna can look so regal. Typical husky — she lies in the snow like it’s a throne!

Luna becomes as playful as a puppy in the snow.

Snow is guaranteed to put a smile on Luna’s face!

  • cindy smith - Wonderful pictures. You got the lighting just right. The expressions are priceless.ReplyCancel

  • Traci Matkoski - Eden, I think these are my favorite pictures of Vesta & Luna ever. I am so excited for you as a pet mommy that you have this magical moment captured. The girls are so beautiful in the snow and they are so happy!ReplyCancel

  • Julie Weisberg - Best yet! Love them!ReplyCancel

  • sierraluna - Thank you, Ladies! I’m always happy to take photos of my dogs that capture their personalities and expressions and moments. I think everyone should have photos of their pets that do this. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Nadine Rozowsky - Fabulous shots!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kristen - Wonderful pictures! I too have a husky mix. She’s 14 now and hangin’ in there and still LOVES a good romp in the snow. I always try to get all the pictures I can of her!ReplyCancel

  • Holly Morrison - Two of my favorite canines. Love these shots of the Girls in the snow. You captured their wonderment of the environment.ReplyCancel

  • John - Love these shots, particularly the first one of Vesta in profile. I just dig how you captured the snow and her wonderful coloring.ReplyCancel

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