William Wegman, the photographer who made us fall in love with Weimaraners, has officially released his first GIF. Even if you're having the worst Monday ever, this adorable spinning puppy is bound to make you smile.
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This undated copy photograph provided by the William Wegman Studio shows the 1992 Color Polaroid entitled "Camofleur," by William Wegman. The Bowdoin College Museum of Art is kicking off a new art exhibition called "William Wegman: Hello Nature," featuring the photographs, drawings, videos and writings of William Wegman. (AP Photo/William Wegman Studio)
FILE - In this June 14, 2007 file photo, photographer William Wegman is joined by his Weimaraner dogs during the unveiling of his photographic mural at the Kennebunk Sevice Plaza on the Maine Turnpike in Kennebunk, Maine. Last June, the Bowdoin College Museum of Art kicked off an art exhibition called "William Wegman: Hello Nature," featuring more than 100 photographs, drawings, videos and writings of William Wegman. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File)
NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 18: A William Wegman photograph is auctioned at 'Focus: An Evening of Photography to Benefit City Harvest' at Skylight Studios on September 18, 2008 in New York City. (Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images for City Harvest)
NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 28: (L to R) Photographer William Wegman and Tina Sobers check out Nichole Maurer's dog Apollo as they judge the 'What else Am I' contest of the second annual Great American Mutt Show September 28, 2002 in Central Park in New York City. Mutts were entered in catagories such as highest jumper and most indistinctual breed type. (Photo by Monika Graff/Getty Images)
William Wegmans Dogs in New York City
Photographer William Wegman views proofs from a promotional photo shoot of his Weimaraner dogs for the Tony Awards April 16, 2002 in New York City. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)