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Old Jan 13, 2010, 12:48 AM   #1
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I recently bought a Sony 50 f/1.4 lens, and haven't shot much with it. Here's a shot of my dog King...

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One more with the same lens.
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He is stunning.
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Thank you much!
Looks annoyed in the second shot? Wrong profile?
(Nice photographs, beautiful dog)

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Yes, he was a little annoyed at some people walking down some railroad tracks to my rear. He had barked a few times and apparently I caught him in mid-bark. I didn't get another pose from him, so I kept this shot.

Seems we have white dogs in common. I love the stories and photos you post on Chato, some of us don't get tired of looking at pet photos!

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Yes, he was a little annoyed at some people walking down some railroad tracks to my rear. He had barked a few times and apparently I caught him in mid-bark. I didn't get another pose from him, so I kept this shot.

Seems we have white dogs in common. I love the stories and photos you post on Chato, some of us don't get tired of looking at pet photos!

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Actually you inspire me. I'm going to try to get some shots of Chato when he's angry...

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Actually you inspire me. I'm going to try to get some shots of Chato when he's angry...

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Good luck, he looks to be as friendly as King, especially with people of the opposite gender...

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Good luck, he looks to be as friendly as King, especially with people of the opposite gender...

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Chato is "friendly." But he's a good natured killer, and would think nothing of ripping someone throat out, if he thought they deserved it. When he becomes angry, it's some sort of Lon Cheney werewolf scene. In all fairness to Chato, he has superb judgement about people, and those people who he thinks deserve killing, do indeed have it coming. But the law might disagree, which is why I have a firm mental hold on him.

There are two people who threatened human friends of his, and he will go for them on sight. I have to literally hold him back. Too bad, even though I do not believe in capital punishment, the world would be better off without them.

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Hi,

Yes, let "them dawgs" be angry - always liked german shephards but I got two of a smaller race instead - social reasons - they have no collar and people are not afraid of them

There is a bad habit among dog "owners" to excuse their dogs behavior. Don't do that anymore

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