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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jarrell, Jan 3, 2006.
and she snores loudly too..
and what she dreams of..
D100, 50mm f/1.8 lens, raw.
great shot, what a hoot, she has tons of personality, that is easy to see in the photos you share of her.
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That is one happy puppy Jarrell. :smile:
I have always said if I am reincarnated I want to come back as a dog
To steal a line REALLY BADLY:
"'E ain't Dead, 'E's just Pinin' for the FJords!" :biggrin:
Don't know about yours, Jarrel, but when mine is asleep very few things will cause a "quick awakening". The #1, of course, is the opening of the pantry door.........
Cool shot, I really like the lighting, all natural from the window?
I sleep like that.
"#1, of course, is the opening of the pantry door........."
Yep, that's where the treats are stored! :biggrin:
Yes, it's natural light from the window. The first one was with the onboard flash to make sure I got it sharply. When that didn't wake her I turned the flash off and braced against the door for the 1/30th @ f/2.8 exposure.
Lol... got pictures John?
Me too, Mike. Especially if it's one that lives here.. :smile:
Hannah is a hoot Jarrell. Love your cat photo.
That is one spoiled dog, for sure!!! *LOL* Great capture of her true personality - Princess!!!
Love the cat pic - perfect lighting and B&W is the perfect treatment for it.
Thank you Gordon and Sandi. Sandi, you know she's not spoiled! ;0)
One of our beagles used to sleep like that, he was named Astro, probably should have named him Snoopy. You could always tell when he was chasing bunnies in his dreams, his legs would kick in the air and he'd make little arrooo noises. Our current beagle, Miss Maya, prefers her snuggle beds with blankies wrapped around her.
Yes, Isabelle... our dog before Hannah... chased rabbits in her sleep. It was always the funniest thing to watch and listen to her.
No, I couldn't tell at all that this is one spoiled dog! Beautiful work!
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