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The business end of a guard dog, I never sampled the teeth but I got plenty of dog slobber all over me. This will be the last of the military shots for a while, perhaps a few fluffy bunnies next.
Now you don't want to argue with that. Click.
Definately not. Good work.
The best burglar alarm you'll ever find!!!
great picture - that's definitely the business end.
Good promo shot ... nice fill-in flash ...
It's a good capture, well done.
The only thing I would say is that to me, the soldier looks like he has been superimposed into the frame. His pose doesn't seem very natural (which would have been my preference but just my opinion of course).
It looks like he is actually posing for the photo rather than trying to restrain the dog.
Wow what a fantastic dog
I guess the soldier is well in control of his dog and not worried about you taking the pics
Well done on the EC. The dog is great, really fierce! But to me, the soldier looks too friendly, and the lead is loose, so I guess you weren't in too much danger!!!
Yes, fluffy bunnies now, please.
Amazing shot, though. Just too scary for me!
I was never happy with the soldier, he was shouting to get the dog going and having quite a battle holding onto the dog, he actually looks though he is smiling and the lead is loose. There was another soldier behind me with the big padded arm on and this is what the dog was interested in and on a couple of occasions he actually got level with me. I was using an 18mm lens so I could feel his breath as the handler walk the dog onto me.
ooooo.. MAMA.. bravo shot...
Great capture which does look a bit posed with the smile. Good job the man with the padded arm was there or the dog might not have looked so fierce. I often wonder what these dogs do when they get an intruder without a padded arm.
missed this sice I have been away,like this shot very much, I keep German Shepherds myself. click
great pic..The dog looks very like one of my german shepards when she sees next doors cat...Great pic. Well captured
Love this picture Mr PodGod, and trust me, I was fully in control of the
Little beast, hence the white knuckles! Sorry buy the way, I couldnt help but smile, must admit that training the dogs was just about as fun as it gets. + the baiter (the guy with the padded arm) was making me laugh.
You took a fair few snaps that day? Couldnt send me some of the others by any chance could you?? Cheeky I know, but we did help you to achieve the exclusive Editor's Choice award did we not????
Let me have your e-mail address and I will dig some out.
Sorry its been so long Mr PodGod !
Is my mail address, any snaps would be much appreciated!
Thanks for your comment Mark.
Fantastic shot! Bet you are glad he was holding on so tight! Well captured and well deserved EC!
what a set of nashers brilliant action shot
Great set of teeth, well shot.
Happy to be able to give this a R>C to add to your great E>C..deserves more clicks..Judith
Wow - great image. Glad I'm on this end & not your end!
Well timed capture indeed fantastic work.
Magic shot. Well captured.
Yes mine is cuter but yours has more bite.
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