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Old Dec 13, 2005, 2:55 PM   #11
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Dale,

We fellow border collie owners have to stick together - for survival! lol.

I will post more photos of Muff in the stupid pet tricks area as suggested.

Your dog is very white, that must be very rare.

We found that any other color than black usually is in high demand.

The whitish and the brown ones are pretty striking!

Terry
Terry,

This would have been a much tougher shot had he been clean because he is as
white as white can be... However he isn't capable of being clean for over a few
minutes. His black spots are on his skin and his nose has the negative version with
a white pinkish spot. His left eye is 2/3 light light blue and 1/3 brown.

Maybe we should of called him Spot.

dale

PS: All border collies should have a warning sticker.
"The Surgeon General has determined that if you have a boder collie you will be licked. Repeatedly !"


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Old Dec 13, 2005, 3:32 PM   #12
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This is awonderful stop action shot....your subject is sharp and the snow flying in mid air really gives me the feeling of action. You've done a good job catching eye contact with the dog...he's really havin' some kinda fun!
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Dale,

I refer to my greeting when I get home at the end of the day as a "puppy mugging".

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This is awonderful stop action shot....your subject is sharp and the snow flying in mid air really gives me the feeling of action. You've done a good job catching eye contact with the dog...he's really havin' some kinda fun!
Stitchbabe,

Thank you.. He is very photogenic... But he never stands still.... Tough shoot every
time. But we went out to get a really good picturenot just a snapshot of a dog.

And boy does he love the snow ! ! ! Good thing too. We've had about 70 inches
since the week of Thanksgiving... That's a lot even for around here.

Terry,

I thought Inde boke my knee once.

Thanks for lookn'
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dale, where is this snowbound place you live?
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Old Dec 13, 2005, 9:47 PM   #16
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dale, where is this snowbound place you live?
The highest point in North East Ohio. That's actually across the street with a big old
milk barn on it.Here is a link to the picture of the barn.
Big Dipper over The Milk Barn
It's a big beautiful barn. The Canadians (Yes I think they do it on purpose) send
wind down Lake Huron and then Lake Erie. It shoots up the hill carved out by the
last glacier and dumps out it's load... Buffalo NY at the end of Lake Erie has the
same problem as we do. Ya learn to live with it. But you know there's a lot of snow
when the (small) Ski Hill by our house has the rental building collapse.

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