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Old 01-30-2007, 08:45 PM   #1
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My Other Boy Samm.

I'm still playing around with settings whithout the use of a flash. Samm was being more cooperative today.
With his favorite toy:

Thinking about dinner:

A different light setting:

A couple more of Kai:

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Old 01-30-2007, 08:50 PM   #2
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Great pics. That is one comfy and contented pooch.
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Oh, those last two are beautiful shots! You have two gorgeous kids~G
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Great work, dark dogs really are hard to shoot. They look very hyper too.
Are your dogs on concrete a lot? Nice short toe nails.... it's so hard to take enough off when you can't see the vein.
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Great work, dark dogs really are hard to shoot. They look very hyper too.
Are your dogs on concrete a lot? Nice short toe nails.... it's so hard to take enough off when you can't see the vein.
They get their daily exercise in a vacant school yard, which is a dirt surface. It keeps their nails in check, as I've never had to trim them in their 2 1/2 years. Yes, they are hyper. Especially the chocolate, Kai. I figure they might start to slow down when they reach 6 or 8.
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I actually had my tounge in cheek when I said they looked hyper... our "chocolate something", Shadow is very mellow... eye contact dog.
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