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Old Jan 2, 2009, 11:47 AM   #11
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Nice shot GW. I have had a few 135mm primes through my hands now and they generally have been good performers.

As far as a puppy, um, maybe. You have seen we like big dogs. I would have to talk to my wife first, but if she (your dog, not my wife) has a puppy that seems to take after the father, well, maybe.

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Well Tim, if your wife has puppies, I'll trade you even steven
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Old Jan 2, 2009, 11:50 AM   #12
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With such a model any lens would do.:love:

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shucks, if I didn't know better I might think you were Irish with all that blarney.
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Old Jan 2, 2009, 11:53 AM   #13
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Phil, Patty, TH, Paul... Thank you all for you kind comments on both the lens and my girl!
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I keep looking at her trying to figure out what else she has besides retriever. She sounds like she has the retriever personality - my golden did the same thing (greeting you with a toy). The ears look more like a collie's ears, but nothing else does - I wonder if there's something nordic, like a Samoyed, mixed with golden or yellow lab retriever that might account for the ears - the fur looks much more like that type of cross. Not that it matters - with a face like that, who cares what the parentage is!
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GW, the story of how you found her is nice. I think she was meant to be yours. (And, now all her puppies, too, unfortunately. Sorry.)

We've watched my stepson's yellowlab over the years when he was overseas and she always greeted us the same way. Grab the closest thing she could find and bring it to us with her tail wagging like crazy. It's nice to be so missed when you come home!

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