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June 2013 - Photography assignment - Pet's perspective - Low angled images

This is a discussion on June 2013 - Photography assignment - Pet's perspective - Low angled images within the Photo assignments forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; I REALLY like your take on this Yisehaq. Lovely story and processing....

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    I REALLY like your take on this Yisehaq.
    Lovely story and processing.
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    Nice one, Yisehag!
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    Well, this thread is the pet's perspective so when I was visiting some friends last night I had an opportunity to photograph their pets... of course I ended up laying in awkward positions on the floor but I got a couple of shots... you tell me, was it worth it?

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    Menacing looking but very cool shot, popem.
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    Going over my pre-flood photos, it seemed like these might fit the assignment. From Reader Rock Garden.

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    Its been far to long.......


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    Well my friends dog came over to visit so I thought I'd take some pictures of her laying under our bed.

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    iggy - YES, it was worth it. Especially like the dooger.
    I agree, menacing looking snake popem77.
    Interesting take mbrager - lovely location.
    crashcat - freaking awesome catch!
    Nice one Realist! good angle!
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