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Old Nov 11, 2007, 3:56 PM   #1
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This afternoon, I decided to play around a little in the front yard with my camera. When my labrador realized what I was doing, she decided to join me. She tried awfully hard to make some letters with a stick, but the best she could come up with was an "A" by using her right front paw as the cross.



Pretty soon, she got bored with the game, but there were numerous letters just in her face (the "u's" at the tips of her ears, the "o's" of her nostrils and eyes, the "v" of the fur on her chest, and the "L's" formed by the bend of her legs.)




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Old Nov 12, 2007, 11:17 AM   #2
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Very nice. This is an excellent example of developing a photographer's eye. When you begin to see these "hidden" things in a scene that otherwise looks ordinary and blah, your photography skill have moved up to the next level.

We had a challenge awhile back titled "See the Picture" or something similar in which we tried to develop this idea. Unfortunately, not too many people participated. I don't think people understand the concept.

Well, I have diverted off the challenge topic enough.

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The seocnd one is a great portrait.
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