Candice Sedighan’s Beautiful Photos of Her Golden Retriever Champ

Candice Sedighan started taking photos of her Golden Retriever Champ when she was 13 and he was 3. Now, seven years and thousands of pictures later, they are still putting together some beautiful shots for everyone to enjoy. Check out Candice’s Flickr and Facebook to see more of her work.

Bubbly Bliss

Bubbly Bliss

Peek-a-Boo

Peek-a-Boo

Party Animal

Party Animal

Water Dog

Water Dog

Gentleness

Gentleness

Curious Golden

Curious Golden

Snuggle

Snuggle

Champ

Champ

Is that SNOW? No, it's...

Is that SNOW? No, it’s…

Smile! It's Spring

Smile! It’s Spring

Sunset Mist

Sunset Mist

Underwater

Underwater

Naptime

Naptime




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Cheng Wei Ni
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such a lovely dogs, happy always! 🙂

Elias
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Thanks for the beautiful picture

Jorgelina
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Awwwwwwww! How lovely! Such sweet photos! Your Goldie is gorgeous!

rafik hamidi
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congratulations & excelent for senset mist and Gentleness.

rahmat ali sikder
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cutee cutee dog

rahmat ali sikder
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beautiful

Sol Erwin Diaz
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wow, such a great dog. I wish I have one like this. My dog is a Gerberian Shepsky. I like your photos. two thumbs up for you, Nate kay…

Jessica Jacobson
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These photos are amazing. The love shows through again and again. Thank you for sharing these beautiful portraits of your friend, Champ.

Luciana
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Oh my god!! He’s beautiful. My husband and I have a Golden too. His name is Homero and he’s two years old. It’s unbelievable how this dogs can be so photogenic. My husband is a photographer too and take thousands of picture of him. Yours are amazing, how capture the beauty and greatness of this Golden. We are from Argentina and hope see more of this pictures!!!!

claudio adrian natoli michieli
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claudio adrian natoli michieli

INCREIBLES FOTOS!!!!!

Brent A.
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Candice, please be careful with where you get your ideas. Several of your concepts (i.e. “things on strings,” the butterfly, the aviation setup, and the blowing feathers) can be attributed to one photographer. Those of us in the industry know who took the photos first–and really anyone can check the upload dates. This is stealing intellectual property. Please be careful to come up with your own distinct ideas. I’ve seen these lawsuits happen over and over and they are not pretty. Whether you profit from the images or not, you are susceptible to some harsh fines, especially if the original… Read more »
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