Her Canine Friends Cisco and Saxo – Photography by Jutta Bauer

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Jutta Bauer remembers one of her dearest childhood memories when her father developed black and white film in her bathroom. Jutta has always loved photography. Her main subject is her dog Cisco who will be 13 in just a few weeks. She tries to capture Cisco as he gets older, when he’s dignified, and even when he’s goofy. Other than capturing the life of Cisco and many of his friends, including Saxo, Jutta enjoys taking pictures of landscapes in North Germany.

If you would like to see more of Jutta’s photography, check out her Flickr Photostream.

Cisco and Saxo

well deserved canine laziness

Cisco and Saxo

I see you

Cisco and Saxo

daydreaming

Csico and saxo

the stare

Cisco and Saxo

oh no!

Cisco and Saxo

my summer sweetheart

Cisco and Saxo

fields of green

Cisco and Saxo

shy guy

Cisco and Saxo

splashing reflection

Cisco and Saxo

the whole world in his eyes

Cisco and Saxo

the other side of the hill

Cisco and Saxo

my paws are getting wet

Cisco and Saxo

bad boy

Cisco and Saxo

gangsta

Cisco and Saxo

happy days are spent in the woods

Cisco and Saxo

it’s a wild hair day

Cisco and Saxo

‘There’s pleasure in the pathless woods.’ Lord Byron

Cisco and Saxo

a happy tramp

Cisco and Saxo

just a little daydreaming

Cisco and Saxo

a black dog in a sea of white blossoms

Cisco and Saxo

alert

Cisco and Saxo

Cisco says…

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  1. The Soul Explorer

    So cute!

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  2. Hygor Lennon

    Bonito de mais!

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