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Old Mar 19, 2008, 10:45 PM   #1
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I especially liked your composition in #1, Torgny. Very good use of 17mm wide end of the lensfor portrait orientation, indeed! The cross shaped pole in distance evenadds a mystic 'golgotha' feelto wheretheperspective provided by the foreground bringsthe beholder: )
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Dogs depend more on smell and hearing as their eyesight

usually isn't up to much, but after a trip to the optician, just

look at what they might see :-)

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Torgny you have done it again for me, where do you find these excellent shots from?
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Old Mar 20, 2008, 4:37 PM   #6
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I especially liked your composition in #1, Torgny. Very good use of 17mm wide end of the lensfor portrait orientation, indeed! The cross shaped pole in distance evenadds a mystic 'golgotha' feelto wheretheperspective provided by the foreground bringsthe beholder: )
Thank you, bahadir. It was not until I had tranferred the crop (catch, draught) from the card to the PC that I saw that such an impression could emanate from the first picture.

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Old Mar 20, 2008, 4:46 PM   #7
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Dogs depend more on smell and hearing as their eyesight

usually isn't up to much, but after a trip to the optician, just

look at what they might see :-)

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Yes, furthermore they see everything in black and white. :-)

On the question of dog's eyesight I think it is different from breed to breed. Herders may have a good eyesight - they come from windy areas where they have to be able to find for instance an injured member of the flock by means of their eyes.

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Old Mar 20, 2008, 4:49 PM   #8
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Torgny you have done it again for me, where do you find these excellent shots from?
Thank you, Alex. I throw this ball back to you but I will keep the tactile memory

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Very nice shots Torgny, i especially like the composition on #1
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Old Mar 22, 2008, 10:13 PM   #10
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Very nice shots Torgny, i especially like the composition on #1
Thank you, hercules. Your replies are always very welcome

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