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Meet Brody, A New Hampshire SPCA Adoption Success Story

Meet Brody, a New Hampshire SPCA Adoption Success Story.

The Weimaraner AKC Breed Standard – Temperament: Fearless, friendly, protective, obedient and alert. Every word of this standard perfectly describes this handsome boy. I am so honored to had the opportunity to photograph Brody in my studio and celebrate his life with his new Forever-Family, yet another New Hampshire SPCA Adoption Success! Time after time, adoption after adoption, the NHSPCA puts forth an outstanding effort advocating on behalf of all the animals that find a temporary home with them until the perfect Forever-Family can be found. When the Newman family was introduced to Brody it was love at first site. Much gratitude to the staff and volunteers of the NHSPC for making this Forever-Family whole.

‘One person’s give-away is another person’s soulmate.’

More ‘Creatively Classic’ Pet Portraiture can be found at http://www.patcorlinphotography.com/Galleries/Custom-Pet-Portraiture/Creatively-Classic-Pet-Portrai/

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‘The Scrapper’

http://www.patcorlinphotography.com/Galleries/Travel/Travel-Cuba/i-7WzCN9g/APatCorln_TGL_CUBA_DSC4193_edit_final_final_web_wtrmrk‘The Scrapper’

This is a very special and rather ‘non-traditional’ image to begin presenting my visual and rather ‘non-traditional’ journey through the compelling streets of Cuba.  As my fellow travelers, family and close friends are aware, the sudden passing of my brother and soulmate occurred about a third of the way through +The Giving Lens’s first workshop to Cuba.  I could not have made it through the journey without the kindness of each and every member of our #TGLCuba team. My gratitude for your support and continued friendship is immense.

As was his way, my brother told me to ‘get on that plane, take lots of pictures’ and (of course) bring me back a Cuban cigar’. Chuck was always pushing me to do what was in my heart, encouraging me to get everything out of this life while the getting was good. I took him at his word and got on the plane, not knowing he was leaving this world in a matter of days. When I heard the news from home I was thrown into an emotional roller coaster. Panic nearly set in as I tried everything but was not able to secure an early departure out of Cuba. Faced with the reality that I simply could not return to where my heart ached to be, I fell into a survival mode of my own, compartmentalizing my emotions as I had no choice but to try and honor him by doing what he wanted most for me.  I honestly believe the my brother had some hand in making me complete the trip. I took a deep breath (many in fact), sat down on the sidewalks of Havana and Trinidad to observe the streets before me and I began photographing.  Before I knew it I was drawn to the four legged animals of the streets and the rooftops. It was here I found the world of ‘The Scrapper’.  Captured on my last day on the island and very nearly the last photograph I took, this one dog, this Scrapper stood out amongst the many. Hungry, covered in dirt, ticks and God knows what else, he moved methodically down the streets, sticking his nose in every bag, finding bits and pieces to nibble on before moving on to another pile. Most people might see this as a terrible life of an exhausting, never ending quest to do whatever it takes to survive.  I, on the other hand, saw a friendly and seemingly happy dog who liked to walk with the humans passing by, a bounce in his step and tail wagging furiously … always. His spirit remained strong though his circumstances seemed dire. The irony did not escape me and it made me smile. Over the years, my brother’s many efforts in his own  struggles to survive led me to describe him to others as a ‘Hell of a Scrapper’.  He fought cancer with dignity and a great spirit. We had more years and memories than predicted because of this.  Cancer finally figured him out and took him from us, but not without one Hell of a fight. Those us us left behind remain her to honor him, his life, his love and his strengths.  Whatever images come from my Cuban Journey are dedicated to my brother’s life … the life of ‘The Scrapper.’

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April 2015 NHSPCA Pet-Of-The-Month Introducing ”Skippy, The Face Of All Felines”

April 2015 NHSPCA Pet-Of-The-Month Introducing …”Skippy, The Face Of All Felines"

April 2015 NHSPCA Pet-Of-The-Month
Introducing …”Skippy, The Face Of All Felines”

April 2015 NHSPCA Pet Of The Month

Introducing …”Skippy, The Face Of All Felines”

The month of April brought me into the NHSPCA Cat Room for a fun photo session with all of the fabulous felines. I photographed each cat in the room hoping to select one image that might help tell all of their stories. In the end it was Skippy’s amazing green eyes that drew me in and he became the face of all felines looking for their forever families and our April 2015 NHSPCA Pet-Of-The-Month!

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Furry Fridays LAUNCH EVENT! INTRODUCING FURRY FRIDAYS at The Seacoast Photography Studios – Animal Imagery by Pat Corlin in downtown Exeter, New Hampshire!

Introducing Furry Fridays Petography by Pat Corlin at the Seacoast Photography Studios!

Introducing Furry Fridays Petography by Pat Corlin at the Seacoast Photography Studios!

#ANIMALMODELCALL – Furry Fridays LAUNCH EVENT!

INTRODUCING FURRY FRIDAYS at The Seacoast Photography Studios – Animal Imagery by Pat Corlin in downtown Exeter, New Hampshire!

In celebration of the launch of the New Furry Friday Program, I am offering “Petography Portfolio Building Mini Sessions” from March 21 thru April 4!

$75 Petography Portfolio Building Mini Sessions
1 o 2 hours
5 images
These Portfolio Building Sessions will expire April 4, 2015

ANIMAL MODEL CALL for March 21 thru April 4, 2015
Single Dalmatian Pup 6 months or under
Litter of or single Kitten
Litter of or single Pups
Pig
Chicken
Duck
Baby chicks or ducklings
Rabbit
Hedge Hog
Ferret
Birds
Reptiles
Birds
(No Illegal Exotic Pets Will Be Photographed At This Studio)

This is an ANIMAL MODEL CALL EVENT! Portfolio Building Images may be used for advertising purposes.

Portfolio Building Mini Sessions are provided on a first come-first serve basis. Clients will be gifted a $175.00 towards Creative Session credit. In addition Portfolio Building Session Clients will also be gifted a $270.00 image credit which includes five printed 8×10 or 8×12 images AND 5 web ready, watermarked copies for your FB and website networking!

Call to schedule your session today at 603-781-5916 or email Pat@PatCorlinPhotography.com

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Beware Of People Who Dislike Cats – Irish Proverb

Beware Of People Who Dislike Cats - Irish Proverb

Beware Of People Who Dislike Cats – Irish Proverb

Hope you had a crazy St.Patricks Day!

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I’m Just Gonna Keep Walkin’ ‘til I Find Spring …

“I’m Just Gonna Keep Walkin’ ‘til I Find Spring...”

“I’m Just Gonna Keep Walkin’ ‘til I Find Spring…”

The North American, Virginia Opossum makes it’s home in the state of New Hampshire but not much further north than that. They do not hibernate and must come out of their dens and search for food all winter long. Their coats are rather thin and their tails, ears and feet are bare so they are very vulnerable to frostbite. This far north they rarely live longer than two years. These mammals are marsupials, meaning they are born very small and continue to develop in the mother’s abdominal pouch. They are nocturnal and are not often seen in daylight, so I felt fortunate to come across this one out for a walk in the early morning light.

#Opossum #Marsupial #NH Winter #Snow #Wildlife #WildlifePortrait #NewEngland
#WildlifePhotography #AnimalImagery

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Together We Made It Through The Storm

Together We Made It Through The Storm

Together We Made It Through The Storm

March is National Umbrella Month! Much to our delight, Miss Ruby was not at all nervous around both open and closed umbrellas.  In fact, we suspect she may never have even seen one before our photo session, so all the more delightful to find that she wasn’t bothered in the least!

© ANIMAL IMAGERY by Pat Corlin Photography

Photographed at The Seacoast Photographers Studios, Eexter, NH

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Anyone interested in adopting this little cutie can contact The Little Paws Dacshund Rescue at http://www.littlepawsdr.org!

Re-share this image and you may just have a hand in helping Ruby find her way to her perfect new family!

#NewBeginnings   #AnimalImagery #Petography #PetPhotography #SeacoastPhotographyStudios #InStudio #petography #PetPortraits #Dog #FuryFriday #Dacshund #Doxie #Foster #Rescue #RescueDogs #PetAdoption #AnimalRescue #FosterDogs #LPDR  #JustForTheFunOfIt

March 2015 NHSPCA Pet Of The Month Introducing …”Mallory”

March 2015 NHSPCA Pet Of The Month Introducing …”Mallory”

March 2015 NHSPCA Pet Of The Month
Introducing …”Mallory”

Celebrated annually, March 14th is National Learn About Butterflies Day.  Spring just right around the corner and with it comes warm breezes, flower petals and butterflies. I found this theme a perfect compliment for our March Pet Of The Month photo session with Mallory. The moment I met her I fell in love with Mallory’s beautiful brindle coloring and her gentle personality. She is especially fond of offering her paw in friendship, which is thoroughly endearing. So smart and responding instantly to each behavior asked of her, I couldn’t help but think what a wonderful family member she would, hopefully, soon make. Little did I know fate was about to make that happen before Mallory’s March Pet Of The Month Portrait would stand in the New Hampshire SPCA lobby. Yes, it’s true! Mallory has found her way to her “Forever Home” where she and her new family are going to share the wonders of spring together!

All Profits from Pet Of The Month image sales to be donated to the NHSPCA and can be ordered from my website below.

© ANIMAL IMAGERY by Pat Corlin Photography
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24 Front Street, Exeter, NH 03833
(4th Floor Suites of the “Old Major Blake’s Hotel)

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February 2015 NHSPCA Pet Of The Month Introducing “FIGGY PUDDING”

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Introducing “FIGGY PUDDING”

February is the month of Mardi Gras Parades and Krewe Parties. Sir Figgy Pudding took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to model his choice of the perfect mask for his next ball. Moments later he was jumping around the studio full of smiles and filling the space with his happy, Figgy energy. Within two days of our photo session Figgy was adopted and on his way to his new forever home. Happy New Family to Figgy Pudding, our February 2015 NHSPCA Pet Of Month!

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Our January NHSPCA Pet Of The Month … Introducing “DASH”

Introducing "DASH"

Introducing “DASH”

Each New Year brings the opportunity for new beginnings and I am thrilled to announce the launch of a very special endeavor that I am embarking on for 2015. In support of the NHSPCA I will be providing a year of services including a new Pet Of The Year photography project. Each month the shelter will select one of their “guests” for a photo session at our Seacoast Photographers Studios. Session images will be featured throughout the year on display at the shelter and on their website and networking pages. All profits from of the sales from my professional website will be donated to the NHSPCA!

January 2015 NHSPCA Pet Of The Month

Introducing …”DASH”

Believe it or not, this “Dashing” brown Tiger/Bengal? was a stray! He selected his human family for himself. After only  a few days stay with the NHSPCA, and during this years Black Friday Holiday Event, DASH reached out of his kennel and patted the hand of a member of the Corlin Family.

And “The Rest,” as they say, “Is History!”

ANIMAL IMAGERY by Pat Corlin
Seacoast Photographers Studios
24 Front  Street, Exeter, NH 03833
(4th Floor Suites of the “Old Major Blake’s Hotel)

All Profits from Pet Of The Month image sales to be donated to the NHSPCA
http://www.PatCorlinPhotography.com  (603) 781-5915