Wednesday, August 11, 2010

ABC Wednesday - D is for Dog



D is for Dog............



profile of a beagle dog in the grass



A very common word for the letter D - dog.

He was not easy to capture at first.

This Beagle dog was in a new place, and he was following his nose everywhere.

After about a half an hour, he was more than ready to take a break in the soft grass.

That was the perfect time for me to grab a few shots of him.

A friend was dog-sitting him, and that was the only time I ever saw him.

I am not usually around dogs, so I am glad he was gracious enough to pose so nicely for me to photograph him.








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13 comments:

  1. That's one handsome dog - and cooperative, too!

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  2. He is a nice looking Beagle and the panting tongue is a good look - for a dog. I like the space you have allowed in front of his nose so that he is not squashed!

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  3. Lovely portrait. Dogs are sometimes hard to get them to stay still.

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  4. Love your photo of the sweet Furbaby!

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  5. Very cute canine.

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  6. Actually he looks as if he is posing for you. Nice photo.

    Linda
    ABC Wednesday Team

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  7. Yeah I think this is about the only time I'd seen a dog photo on your blog :) Nice capture, worth the wait, eh? :D

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  8. Dogs - a wonderful creation! Infact Freida is looking at me from her settee! lol! Yes - walk is on the agenda!

    Great stuff - as ever!
    Denise
    ABC Team

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  9. u caught the angle very well.. looks like a perfect pose! :D

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  10. Wonderful dog-portrait. I thought about choosing the word 'Dog' because it is a very good D-word, but did not have good enough dog-photos. (I have three cats.)
    Best wishes,
    Anna

    Anna's D-word

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  11. Next time you need pictures of dogs, come visit my neighborhood; they out numbered the people. You could take a bunch of shots.
    Sandy

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