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    This is Ian and Tykena's puppy - it has a name, but I don't remember it.

    Exposure: 1/125 sec at f/2.8
    52 mm
    ISO: 200
    Exposure Program: Normal
    1/3 EV
    no flash

    The Ryhm-a-noceros, and 29 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. KatieFarina 57 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called A house is not a home without a dog <3, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    2. brettneilson 57 months ago | reply

      Oh man, I thought that was yours...

      Nice shot. I like how sharp the collar is.

    3. emmo 57 months ago | reply

      That is a cute puppy!

    4. kpics2009 57 months ago | reply

      Bless her, sweet.

    5. PEHx2 56 months ago | reply

      beautiful puppy portrait! its amazing u did this without flash.

    6. nateOne 56 months ago | reply

      Thanks, PEHx2 - the light was just about perfect that day.

    7. wunluv 44 months ago | reply

      nateOne, thanks for the stunning image. It looks surreal and the puppy must have fallen from Heaven! I've used your image in a blog post and linked back here: moflowcms.com/why_dogfooding_eating_your_own_dogfood_is_a...

    8. Daennerys 34 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm the Community Manager of Decathlon Spain and I would love to use your lovely picture for a facebook status :)

    9. doug_puppel 29 months ago | reply

      Wonderful shot. Thank you. Really works with my FB post, which reads:

      Adapted from an email I sent to a good friend: Little girls love you like a puppy loves you, with adoring fascination, and it's hard to see that change as they get older. It's something I still struggle to come to grips with as time erodes my girls’ view of their dad as the embodiment of perfection.

      Dads of daughters have gone on since forever, so I keep the faith that something better awaits. In the meantime I comfort myself knowing that my daughters are growing up with their eyes wide open and have the courage to raise questions. Those are traits we should all aspire to. (TY to nateOne on Flickr)

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