Tribute To Cami
This is a photograph of Cami when she was a puppy. Such an adorable little bundle of fur. She always had that cuteness factor.
This photo represents what my wife and I now call the awkward phase. She has gotten taller and longer but hasn’t filled in yet. We thought she was so cute then, but when we looked back at the pictures later we always thought she looked so goofy compared to when she was fully grown.
She always looked like a smiley happy dog.
This was just one of those moments that just happened and was so cute. Cami just decided to lie down right in this bed of wild flowers and I could not resist taking a photo. Cami was always so photogenic and willing to sit for a photo.
Cami was always so playful and happy. She could always find a way to have some fun. One day she sat under our oak tree in the front yard and just started ripping the leaves off the branches. She was having such a good time. I had never before seen a dog do that and I still have never seen another dog do it.
The snow does not bother Cami at all. She always just sat there soaking it in and laying and rolling in it. I think if we didn’t have her come back in, she would have stayed out in the snow forever.
Cami always made the most out of everything. Normally going down to our pond to get a drink of water, but what do you do when the pond is frozen over? Of course you just lick the ice.
One of Cami’s defining characteristics was always the huge blaze of white fur up her chest and neck. The fur was always so thick and soft. I love how you can see it just billowing out in this photo.
Cami was never above rolling around on the ground for a good back scratch.
Cami liked to walk around the yard and survey the area before finding a place to settle down. Her happy tail always help high and wagging.
Despite my wife’s insistence prior to owning a Bernese Mountain Dog that they are quiet dogs, Cami was always quite the barker. She even had this strange howling like bark. You would think she was calling out the the rest of her pack.
I just love this photo. I think she looks so noble in this image. I didn’t even remember seeing it before as I was looking through all the pictures. That is why I will always love photography. It has allowed me to enjoy moments I had with her that I don’t even remember.
Happy Cami. She always sat and cooperated so well for me when I took her picture. I was always able to get nice profile photos of her. I think she just humored me because she new it was my crazy human obsession.
Cami always loved to spend time down by the pond. That was one of her favorite places to lie down and relax on a regular basis. Step one go get a drink of water. Step two lie down and relax a while.
I love this image for one little thing that you might not be able to see. In this shot you can read her name on her name tag. I just thought that was cool.
I have always thought Cami had gorgeous eyes. I tried over the years to get a good shot of them and this is probably the best one I ever got.
Cami was always so alert and focused to every noise around her.
Cami and Buck loved to play in the snow together.