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Old Nov 12, 2006, 12:07 PM   #1
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My mother and my pet Lab Rishi are alone at home most of the time, and they have developed a good bond of affection. Here she is seen scolding him for tearing an envelope to pieces.
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Old Nov 12, 2006, 12:08 PM   #2
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..and this is a little later, after he tendered his apologies. The first pic was with flash and the second, without. Distance was about 6-8 ft from the camera, indoor, fluorescent lighting.
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The bonds of affectionare evident. Thanks for sharing. Donna
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Old Nov 12, 2006, 1:11 PM   #4
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Those are really nice what a message.

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Raghu, shooting a black dog is quite a challenge, specially indoors.

By the way, I noticed your mother is barefooted, which probably means is quite warm where you live, but at the same time, she is quite wrapped in her clothes as if she was feeling cold.


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Nice Pictures Raghu! I particularly like the first - colours seem more "true"-but, more importantly, it encapsulates the whole story so well: the torn letter, the repriimand and the apology...all in one scene. You clearly had a real feel for that photo-op. I'm green with envy!
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yes, I too, like the first photo and the lighting...
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Very nice, and an emotional scene that expresses the love between the person and the pet. It is apparent in both.
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Old Nov 12, 2006, 7:47 PM   #9
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2nd picture looks more cosy and has a warm feel - I like it

BTW gender of the dog is male, right.
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stevepow wrote:
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2nd picture looks more cosy and has a warm feel - I like it

BTW gender of the dog is male, right.
Yes.That wasobvious in the first photo! He is a Labrador Retriever that I got from a friend, and has been with us since March 2005. He is turning 2 coming February.

Thanks for the nice comments that these simple photos have evoked. Pet owners will unanimously agree what a great source of comfort, companionshipand relaxation they are and how much they give in return for a little space and food that we provide them.
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