True Life: I’m obsessed with my dogs (3 stars)

“Your Love For Your Pet”

The first visual assignment I chose from the visual bank was “Your Love For Your Pet”, and this assignment has a 3 star rating. I was really excited when I saw that I would be able to include my lovable dogs in one of my visual assignments. In total there are five pictures of my dogs, Diesel and Turbo and they were taken over the course of the last five years. A lot of people have a hard time distinguishing between the two, so here’s a little help, Turbo has more white on his chest than Diesel does. The top picture is one of my favorite pictures, it’s of Diesel and Turbo with my son Colson (if you look close enough Turbo is very focused on the biscuit Colson has in his hand). All of the pictures are taken at my house but the bottom middle picture (where they’re in the water) was taken at Point Lookout State Park, which is located in Scotland, Maryland. Point Lookout is one of my favorite places (I will actually touch more on it in a following post) down below I’ve shared a photo of the state parks map! My dogs are so very special to me, even though they can frustrate me at time (they are very hyper) they are such sweeties and they’re so gentle with Colson it just warms my heart!

For these pictures I made a collage. I normally make collages on my phone (I feel like the many apps you can get are super simple) but I decided I would put it together on my computer. The process was super simple! See below for instructions on how to use the site. Let me know if you have any more questions and I would love to help!

(1): First, start by adding your pictures. You can either use the ‘browse’ button or you can drag and drop them onto the canvas.
(2): Once you have chosen your photos you can either play around with the sizes you want for each picture (which I did for this particular collage) or you can pick from one of the templates the website offers.
(3): Now that you’ve decided if you’re going to use a template or not and got the pictures in the order you want, it’s time to save the pictures using the drop down menu. And ta-da you’re done! (I’m having some trouble getting the link to actually embed so I wanted to make sure I at least got the link up while I continue to tinker with the embedding).

Here is a map of Point Lookout State Park that’s located in Scotland, Maryland (mentioned above). I pulled the image from Google Images.

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