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Great photo, made me smile well captured.

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1 Jan 2020 11:54PM
Great lighting, timing and focus.
Chinga Plus
9 3 1 United Kingdom
2 Jan 2020 2:36AM
Well timed shot... What a sweet image !!
Isabel GrinGrin
kaybee 15 6.9k 26 Scotland
2 Jan 2020 7:06AM
I wish I could do that
saltireblue Plus
9 10.2k 50 Norway
2 Jan 2020 8:25AM
Not brain-washed, merely nose-washed.Smile
clicknimagine Plus
10 598 98 India
2 Jan 2020 10:08AM
Beside your skill in photography, you are a great trainer...I wonder how you manage a perfect pose from your pet, often we fail to manage a perfect pose from human being...As usual a great shot from yourself...and it is my pleasure to say in my capacity...Well Done...
SlowSong Plus
11 8.6k 30 England
2 Jan 2020 11:32AM
Superglue or meaty stick?
cattyal Plus
14 9.0k 6 England
2 Jan 2020 7:11PM
Thanks everyone and thank you Somnath for your award.

Of course getting pics like this are a complete fluke - Ledley is happy to sit and wait for the next bit of meaty stick but sadly won't perform for the camera - that's down to luck Smile And happily I sometimes get lucky!

I like the idea of superglue though............
GlynnisFrith 13 23 3 United Kingdom
2 Jan 2020 7:23PM
Well timed capture
2 Jan 2020 7:54PM
Every time I see him it reminds me of the stray (though female..) who just walked into our house one day...and took over...and we had two dogs at the time...daft as a brush, very affectionate...but would only sleep on my lap in the evenings...and sneak a quick cuddle under the bedclothes, before spending the night just about anywhere... exactly the same colouring..keep them coming...Wink

oh..and another great capture by the way, you’re good with the lighting - black cat-coal cellar and you’d still get it right...!!
cattyal Plus
14 9.0k 6 England
2 Jan 2020 9:16PM
He went off in a strop around 6pm as I had the cheek to want my chair back so I could sit down Smile

Lighting is just a beauty dish pointed at the ceiling about 2 feet in front of him - and a reflector held in front of him though not every time.

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