Monday, November 15, 2010

stephen huneck's dog chapel

each slip of paper, each photograph
is a tribute to a beloved dog.
(st. johnsbury, vermont)

22 comments:

Birdman said...

That's quite cool, and I'm a cat guy.

Malyss said...

Fabulous and interesting! But, "like" Birdman, I'm a cat girl...

Small City Scenes said...

What a fabulous idea. I have that bond with dogs even though I have cats too.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Julie's mother Glenda is so obsessed with dogs -- hers and others -- that I fear that if I check in with her to make sure that she sees your post today, she will say "Forget about that trip we are planning to take next year to Spain. I am going to the dog chapel instead." She could spend her entire vacation right there.

Cezar and Léia said...

Fantastic capture!The little dog friend there is adorable!
purrs and love
LUna - WE LOVE LUNA and mommy Léia

Sharon said...

Oh wow, such a wonderful tribute to man's best friend.

B SQUARED said...

Dogs Rule!

Sharon Creech said...

Awwww. Love those dogs.

magiceye said...

this is brilliant!!

Sunny said...

That's really a sweet idea.
☼ Sunny

Rob and Mandy said...

I hope there is a cat chapel somewhere

Gunn said...

Never seen anything like this before.
I agree with Sharon....

cieldequimper said...

This is incredible and your shot is even more incredible.

SRQ said...

Fascinating! There's a reason why the dog is man's best friend.

VP said...

A bit strange, but fascinating!

Amin said...

Beautiful capture...

Leif Hagen said...

What a special place especially for dog lovers and dog owners!

Bob Crowe said...

Absolutely bizarre, but the light and the presence of the dog make this an outstanding photo.

Jilly said...

Oh how amazing. This is so moving and must be incredibly helpful to those with dogs who have passed on. What a lovely shot too.

Carraol said...

Great capture and a magnificent idea!

lizziviggi said...

This is a fantastic shot-- all that color, and the black dog. But more than that, I love the idea of it. People who lose a beloved animal deserve a place to cherish them.

JM said...

This is amazing!