There’s something beautiful about a framed image hanging serenely on a wall. We’re extremely proud of our sustainably sourced frames and believe there’s really no better way to enhance a stunning photograph. We’re pleased as punch to say they’ve adorned galleries and homes from London to Los Angeles.
Art comes in many shapes and sizes, and our framed prints are built to fit each of them. The final dimensions will depend on the image you choose, but to give you an idea here are the most common photographic sizes:
This is Brody, my 5 month old West Highland White Puppy.
Although he still can’t jump up on any furniture, he loves to look out the window if he gets a lift.
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I have practing photography here on RB for a few years and get a kick out of shooting nature, flower macros, my West Highland White Terrier, Brody or anything that catches my eye. A great addiction!
Canon lover!! Originally, 35mm Canon , Canon PowerShot A630 and Canon PowerShot G11
Absolutely adorable photo, a wonderful portrait of him!
Thanks for fav’ing this..isn’t he growing???? You can chart his growth here on RB from 1 month! Although he is still a young Pup..he is a big boy! Hopefully, his head will grow into his ears! LOL
I have a Brody, too…he’s a shih tzu. Your Brody is adorable! :o)
Ah! 2 Brody’s!! Wonderful! thanks for stopping by and thanks for the kind compliment!
He hasnt lost his good looks!
Awwwww..thanks Missy! His ears are still big – he needs to grow into them but he is very very cute! Thanks for the fav!
So precious, what a poser, he’s beautiful
Thanks Saffron, bring out the camera and instant pose..even at 10 weeks..Thanks so much! He’s adorable and very naughty!
Thank you for Featuring this picture in PhoDography!!!!
Thanks Alexandra..I saw your baby too! What a dolly..I know the feeling all too well – Brody is my fourth Westie and so the cycle of love, life and loss starts again.
I really love this!! there is something very comfortable and comforting about this. :)
Thanks Leigh – maybe when we see an animal looking out the window – we feel that animal is loved enough to be there? Thanks!
Spot on! That is so true!