Maggie's Way: Observations from Below Your Knees

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Feb 5, 2013 - Photography - 112 pages
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Bill Stanton has two passions in life: photography and his beloved basset hound, Maggie. Maggie's Way is a lovely combination of these two interests as it merges heartwarming and humorous photographs of Stanton's canine sidekick with befitting quotes and thoughts from famous people, the author, and of course,  Maggie herself! Dog lovers and photography buffs everywhere will fall in love with Stanton's arresting portraits of the adorable and charming Maggie, as well as the tender bits of wisdom and insight offered concerning the great adventure known as life. The enchanting photographs include Maggie diving into a lake, taking a bath, resting in a scenic field, eating a bagel, and interacting with other dogs. Maggie's Way is a funny and thoughtful book that can bring a smile to anyone's face.


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Photographer Bill Stanton's work has appeared in such prestigious publications as Time, Life, and the New York Times. His work has also been shown in numerous exhibits including the Taranto Photo Gallery in Chelsea, and in Academy Award-winner Jessica Wu's documentary film, The Living Museum. Bill lives in Manhattan with his wife and son, and of course, his dog.

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