Sleeping Dog

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This is time lapse, with the dog leaving in the middle for lunch.

macfixer, h&b { Lea }, and 12 other people added this video to their favorites.

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  1. Ross 78 months ago | reply

    That is one active dog.

  2. shanan 78 months ago | reply

    He misses his Marina District crew a lot, perhaps this will help cheer him up :-)

  3. Ciara Chase Photography 77 months ago | reply

    this is really cool! :D

  4. lucy&toby 76 months ago | reply

    obviously leads a stressful life!
    do I lie this way or that?

  5. Orrin 74 months ago | reply

    That's really funny. It reminds me of those videos of people sleeping --how they shift around in bed during the night.

    One question: Why doesn't the daylight change over the course of the sequence? I would expect the light on the floor to move and the color of the light outside to gradually change.

  6. shanan 74 months ago | reply

    @Orrin: It's not actually a very long sequence-- probably just 20 or 30 minutes. I'm getting a new camera, so I'll try to shoot some longer ones to capture late afternoon or something.

  7. Sarey* 73 months ago | reply

    Hee hee... I loved this!

  8. LauraBowman 71 months ago | reply

    What a sweetie!

  9. Mary Zahran 69 months ago | reply

    this is great! and exactly what i want to do to see what my dog does when i'm at work all day :)

  10. cocobean2125 65 months ago | reply

    what a cutie!!

  11. Pola Lilith 64 months ago | reply

    Oh, theese dreams.... Funny Clip, good idea ! Pola

  12. iokasha 63 months ago | reply

    i think this doggy is the most happy dog in worled becouse his day is go soo fast

  13. irok 51 months ago | reply

    even with the fast forward. it seems like the earth isn't rotating! the sun light is in a fixed position

  14. Voyagepedia 46 months ago | reply

    Hehe... You've got a very cute one ;)
    Best regards, Voyagepedia

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