If you've ever tried to take a cute picture of your dog or your cat, you know it can be a challenge. Not only do they move around a lot, by the time you get the camera, they've moved on to doing other things and are no longer in that cute pose. In my collection of snaps, I have a few animal pictures--not a lot. The reason? Well, it's what I mentioned above--it's hard to get a good animal snap. So, this week I would like to share with you a few of my photos I have taken of our four-legged friends. This week's theme--Animals. (The picture above is a photo of Rosie. She is about five years old and she is a King Cavalier Spaniel.)

  • Super Surprised Cow

    When you take photos of animals, timing is everything. You have to be fast. Now, I like this snap because the cow looks very surprised. I like to think its surprised at what the other cows are saying. But, in all actuality, the cow was just chewing on some food, and I happened to snap this picture at the time it opened its mouth to chew.

    Zach Effrog, Big Frog 104, Townsquare Media
  • Mia


    For those of you who follow BigFrog104.com regularly, you might recognize this face. It's Mia. You know, Mia the singing Chihuahua. Five-year-old Mia is actually a great subject when it comes to pictures. I think she thinks that she is some sort of music star. If you haven't seen her singing, click the link above--it's funny and cute; the perfect combination. 

    Zach Effrog, Big Frog 104, Townsquare Media
  • Molly

    This is Molly. She was rescued in Utica and now she lives in Rochester, NY. She likes to look out windows and relax on the windowsill, as cats tend to do. And, that's where I got this snap. I think this picture is really beautiful.

    Zach Effrog, Big Frog 104, Townsquare Media
  • Another Cow

    I saw this cow while I was driving on some country roads, and I took this snap from the window of my car. This cow is just hanging out in a field on a snowy morning--you know, just doing cow things.

    Zach Effrog, Big Frog 104, Townsquare Media