I don't normally do self portraits and especially dog portraits, however, here it is. This is a photograph of Kylani - a Siberian Husky that is my new photography partner. I was up in the Diablo Range near Henry W. Coe State Park and I saw Kylani coming up the road as I was driving down. I thought - is that a wolf? But then she came right up to the car and jumped up on my window when I rolled it down - I was a little bit taken back, but she was miles from the nearest home and when I opened the door she hopped right in. I took her to the local vet and she had a chip inserted that we could look up the owner information. Kylani had escaped from her owner and was having a nice time roaming around the hills. As it turns out when I contacted the owner, Kylani was at their home as part of a Husky rescue program and was up for adoption. After having her around for a few days, we were very excited to adopt her. She is very kind with kids and adults and is a great partner - especially when I am in the middle of nowhere in the dark! The biggest challenge is to make sure we run her enough - she is very strong and likes to run and do things with people. I am hoping she will stick around for a while!