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Sakura and Nobu's photo session


27 January, 2020

I love meeting unique and uncommon breeds of dogs, stunning white Sakura and beautiful brindle Nobu were no different! They are both Japanese Akita’s who travel the east coast of Australia competing in dog shows and showing the country just how amazing Akita’s are.

We met at a fairly new location to me, hidden in the suburbia of The Ponds not two minutes from Rouse Hill Town Centre. Lakes Edge Park is just like the name describes, a beautiful park situated on the banks of a stunning lake filled with native plants and wildlife. Many locals walk their dogs through the park on their evening walks, but you can always find a quiet spot to capture some breathtaking images.

Being show dogs, Sakura and Nobu are used to standing and staying on command. This made for a quick and easy photo session, with lots of variety and allowed me to experiment and explore the park.

The beauty of this park is its variety. From lake side views to bush tracks to a stunning sunset view, the park surprises you at every turn. You wouldn’t believe you were in the middle of suburbia while at Lakes Edge Park.

 
Sakura and Nobu's photo session

Nobu and Sakura are experts and standing and staying in position.
 
Sakura and Nobu's photo session

"Are you sure there isn't a squeaky toy back there?"
 
Sakura and Nobu's photo session

I love how cheeky Sakura looks in this photo.
 
Sakura and Nobu's photo session

Nobu couldn't figure out where the bizarre noises were coming from for a few minutes.
 
Sakura and Nobu's photo session

We had the PERFECT afternoon light during our session.
 
Sakura and Nobu's photo session

End to another fantastic day.
 

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