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Posted By: Kerrowdown, 10-23-2017, 12:40 PM

But I'm awesomely feisty... just try me.

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now that's a dog
looks as though it runs the hills a bit
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now that's a dog looks as though it runs the hills a bit
I think he was on duty here, on top of the wall vantage point... for full property protection mode...
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Looks like he's ready to go territorial on you...lovely rendering Kerrowdown.

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Nice looking pup...great whiskers too...and BTW ..Kerrowdown...you did a fine job of capturing the whisker back lighting...not an easy thing to do with a pooch who obviously has places to go...things to do...
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Looks like he's ready to go territorial on you...
Aye thought that too, so I kept my distance.

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lovely rendering Kerrowdown
Thank you.
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Nice looking pup...great whiskers too...and BTW ..Kerrowdown...you did a fine job of capturing the whisker back lighting...not an easy thing to do with a pooch who obviously has places to go...things to do...
Aye I did get lucky with the lighting for this one.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
Aye I did get lucky with the lighting for this one.
Luck and some skill to I imagine. Fine capture!

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Luck and some skill to I imagine. Fine capture!
Thanks for that.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
Aye thought that too, so I kept my distance.
I was wondering why you used such a "long" lens.
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Awe, look at that cutely, I'd offer to take him home if I didn't already have 4 dogs....

and he didn't live in Scotland.
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Awe, look at that cutely, I'd offer to take him home if I didn't already have 4 dogs....

and he didn't live in Scotland.
At least the dog would stay in the Commonwealth.
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At least the dog would stay in the Commonwealth.
Yes, it's important to dogs to be a subject of the Queen.
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Yes, it's important to dogs to be a subject of the Queen.
as compared to cats - who are subject to no one.
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I was wondering why you used such a "long" lens.
The potential sharpness of teeth may have something to do with that.
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