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Surfing Dog repost

By brian1208
I've reloaded this shot as the original seemed to have lost a lot of colour and "sparkle" so I'm having another go.

I've kept the one comment I had already had - thanks Tashelm (New Member) At 15:18:27 - 28th May 06
Excellent action shot, he trully seems to be having the time of his life

Tags: Summer Dog Play Golden Retriever Pet Surf Seaside Pets and captive animals

Voters: AntHolloway, narni, conrad and 19 more

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AntHolloway 12 168 United Kingdom
28 May 2006 5:47AM
A canine version of the Guiness horses ad.


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conrad 13 10.9k 116
28 May 2006 5:52AM
This could have been my dog - if I had taken the shot. Perfect lookalike, and she's just done in the river what is shown here. Lots of fun!

Oh, and a good capture, Brian!

JohnDyer 11 67 2 United Kingdom
28 May 2006 6:11AM
Well caught - nicely sharp too
Briwooly 12 452 5 England
28 May 2006 6:16AM
Well taken a good capture he was having a ball
PurpleT 11 4
28 May 2006 7:17AM
Love they way the water has been "caught".He does realy look as if he is having great fun.
I must get a better camera!!!
Malc_V 11 England
28 May 2006 8:47AM
Great capture, very nice indeed.
thorn 13 124 2 Scotland
28 May 2006 12:54PM
A real cracker of an action shot,timing,movement,colour/tone and presentation.Take care.annSmile
KathyW 14 1.8k 12 Norfolk Island
28 May 2006 11:42PM
Cracking shot of a lovely dog having a great time.
plstsn 11 14
28 May 2006 11:42PM
Great capture and cropping with diagonal wave adding depth to the scene.
Well done.

brian1208 Plus
14 11.3k 12 United Kingdom
29 May 2006 5:41AM
thanks for your comments and clicks.

Ant' - my son made the same comment about the Guiness ad.

Conrad - I don't know what it is about dogs and water but they do seem to have a natural affinity - usually the muckier the better! Smile

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