Postby mitch7 on Thu 24/Apr/08 8:32am

love that Toi toi shot...great colour..and the spray on the filter looks like stars at dusk..I'd love to see that blown up on canvas and on a wall(preferably mine)

and nice shot of the dog...very intense eyes..
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Postby Bigfoot on Thu 24/Apr/08 8:42am

PhilterNZ wrote: and is that one of Bigfoots otters ?


There were two at work last night :love:
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Postby Fango on Thu 24/Apr/08 9:14am

I used to have a Nikonos III - this from Oz
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Postby crazychris on Thu 24/Apr/08 10:32am

I do love wet-dog photos. This is one of my first guide dog puppy in Lake Tekapo - she didn't care it was icey cold!
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Postby crazychris on Thu 24/Apr/08 10:48am

and because my #2 puppy would be upset if he didn't get a word in, here is a typical puppy pose. I have this in full-size as my desktop wallpaper, and those eyes catch me at various times during the day and bring a smile to my face.

But damn it's hard to take photos of black dogs!
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Postby Oblivian on Thu 24/Apr/08 11:00am

Im sure I speak for everyone when I say...

*AAAWWWWWWWWWWWW*
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Postby Datsane on Thu 24/Apr/08 11:12am

crazychris wrote: I do love wet-dog photos. This is one of my first guide dog puppy in Lake Tekapo - she didn't care it was icey cold!
My old mans lab would jump into troughs in the middle of winter, wasn't to bad untill you would see that he'd broken through 5 - 10mm+ of ice :crazy:
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Postby Fango on Thu 24/Apr/08 11:25am

I met this bruiser in Alaska. That fuzzy thing at the extreme left is the edge of a very big tree trunk that I was ready to dive behind.
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Postby crazychris on Thu 24/Apr/08 11:28am

Fango wrote: I met this bruiser in Alaska. That fuzzy thing at the extreme left is the edge of a very big tree trunk that I was ready to dive behind.

Closer than I would want to be!
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Postby woodsy on Thu 24/Apr/08 11:56am

Fango wrote: I met this bruiser in Alaska. That fuzzy thing at the extreme left is the edge of a very big tree trunk that I was ready to dive behind.


are sure its not in fiorland :D
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Postby Fango on Thu 24/Apr/08 12:09pm

woodsy wrote:
Fango wrote: I met this bruiser in Alaska. That fuzzy thing at the extreme left is the edge of a very big tree trunk that I was ready to dive behind.


are sure its not in fiorland :D


I thought about claiming that but those are sycamore leaves in the foreground ;)
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Postby woodsy on Thu 24/Apr/08 12:29pm

a couple of photos from when heading down to naseby
the one in dansys pass was taken at 3am was rather cold
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onthe way to nasby tekapo.jpg
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Postby Fango on Thu 24/Apr/08 12:36pm

Dingo - this is what a real dog looks like ;)
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Postby konaking on Thu 24/Apr/08 12:45pm

looks starved
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Postby Datsane on Thu 24/Apr/08 1:31pm

crazychris wrote:
Fango wrote: I met this bruiser in Alaska. That fuzzy thing at the extreme left is the edge of a very big tree trunk that I was ready to dive behind.

Closer than I would want to be!
Unless it was during the Rutt (mating season) any noise or movement would have it run in the other direction quicker then quick.
Well in most cases atleast :paranoid:
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