Love those pictures,Kristen!
great pics clean and simple love them as well as really loving the guineapig! Reminds me of Olga Dapolga my daughter loved that book.Have a good weekend Helen x
Oh, this is so cute!! Your little pig did a great model job. ;o) I can only imagine how hard it was to catch the photo, as guineapigs sometimes suddenly start to scamper around quite fast!
I noticed that Kristen, you have the talent to make something special and eyecatching out of something simple, you proved that here once more, your photos are intriguing at first glance there is a certain tension(a pleasant one) then their is a peaceful feeling, xx
Oh, wonderful I can't even tell which model I like most, but I can say that this post made me smile. Thank you.
YUM. I love your little GP! I had one named Siena when I lived in Ithaca. She was a short hair tri color like yours. They are so silly so I can understand why she made a simple idea more complicated. ;0) love!em
hahah, I've just discovered that your are a good animal trainer,dear Kristen!Great pictures.Lovex Ariane.
Huzzah for the noble Pig! Love this clean and clear discovery, Kristen. xxoo, sus
wow, great ensembles!! love both gp's, used to have many of them in my childhood, they all named pepples, guess a name from the flintstone family... hugs, julia
What a funny discovery with this sweet live model!Have a wonderful weekSabine
wonderful model! I love guinea pigs on plates!! but not fried or cooked ;))!
Oh my gosh Kristen you made me laugh and laugh. What a funny and brilliant post. So funny. *smiles* Norma, x
Ha.....what a good little g pig sitting there for you! Great shots, Kristen.
;^)))))love, LOVE theselike I love allyour simple ideashave a fine day!Patrice A.