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Sooty_1 4 1.3k 203 United Kingdom
20 Nov 2012 2:07PM
I'm not sure unsolicited advice would be welcomed by many people...However well-intentioned it was?
I wouldn't dream of sending advice to anyone that hadn't asked me, and though I contribute to the critique gallery, posting there implies the poster wants advice.

I walk the dog and photograph at the same time, but the snatching on the lead makes it hard. He also scares off any wildlife! I usually have to limit myself to less mobile subjects.

Make the most of the walk time you have with Patch, you cannot get it back, so I also advise you to take lots of photos of him. The birds will still be there in the future, maybe you can try them then.

Nick

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gary_d 7 575 13 Wales
20 Nov 2012 4:36PM
Thank you Nick we are obviously on the same wave length, I really want to enjoy my time with Patch and as you rightly say the birds will always be there.
gaelldew 7 289 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2012 10:45AM
I will add the same as everyone else Gary, carry on taking the pictures I wish mine were as good, we lost our dog when she was fourteen and I could only find three when my son wanted some and that was after searching all my slides.

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