Two pit bulls smooch in a photo booth
Willis and Bumper certainly couldn't be accused of being camera shy
Say “cheese!” Two pups pose avidly for the camera in this oh-so-cute image captured by US photographer Lynn Terry.
The two rescue pit bulls, owned by Kelly Garrison, have become an internet sensation after this image of them in a photo booth went viral.
As the camera flashed, Bumper leaned in to give Willis a rather slobbery kiss.
Speaking to The Huffington Post, Garrison said Terry “got just the perfect trigger time”.
And she said that Bumper is “constantly” puckering up to her male companion.
"She mothers him. She's constantly giving him kisses," she said.
Terry, who has been a professional photographer for over 10 years, first captured two dogs in a photo booth a few years ago. Pit bulls Tucker and Pitunia were the original subjects.
The image that started it all (Lynn Terry Photography) Inspired by the results, this year she set up a Valentine’s Day photo booth shoot in which she captured other smiley mutts, including Willis and Bumper.
And she said pitbulls “make some of the best faces”.
“I have a personal affinity for the breed. They are the underdog and I want to do what I can to change public opinion about the breed,” she told The Huffington Post.
Now, everybody say aah…
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