These two handsome boys came with their moms to get their family portraits taken. They were both young and weren’t used to being outside their yard. It took some coaxing but they came out of their shell.
Mr. Maxwell is the new brother to the Karra Kostya Photogaphy alum Miss Penny. Maxwell was celebrating his birthday so his parents thought updated family photos were in order.
We met Mr Nova and his mom at Woofstock last year and his mom really wanted a green lush Pacific Northwest feel for his session. Now, where do you find that kind of backdrop in Kansas? That’s our little secret but it involves folks yelling “Fore” and frisbees. Mr Nova is an Alaskan Klee Kai […]
What is pet photography? It is like any other genre of photography, only we specialize in photographing pets – dogs, cats, horses, lizards, rodents, etc. etc. If it has paws hooves or claws, we photograph it. Pet photography is important as some folks consider their pets as family members just like they would a human […]
We take photos as a return ticket to a moment otherwise gone. ~ Katie Thurmes Every pet owner I speak with tells me the same thing. My pet is my best friend. They saved me. They make my world better. My pet is my family. Every pet has a story. How will you remember your […]
I am pleased to introduce Missy to the Islay Corners Photography family. Missy is a senior pet who doesn’t like to give out her age but let’s just say she’s over 10. What lady ever does want to give her age? MIssy is a beautiful Sheltie with a heart of gold and quiet demeanor. Missy […]
When my husband and I adopted our first cat together, we were experienced pet owners. That said nothing prepared us for the day when our sweet little orange tabby Marmalade (Marma was nearly 18) passed away from chronic renal failure. When we returned from the vet’s that day, all we had left was her collar, […]
When we adopt a pet, it’s a wonderful thing. There are parts that can be trying like hairballs, poop and trips for shots. It is an all around rewarding experience. Then reality steps in. We begin to realize that as we age, so do our pets. This is the hard part. There isn’t a pill […]