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    LOL gorgeous shots - I just love the carefree way they're leaping into the water
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    Wow they're fantastic pics Peter! You really are so mean, subjecting them to that!

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    yeh i know Loren, just out of screen i was throwing them in


    who said jaws was a shark?




    And one more of keeping ya head above water


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    Cool pics.

    I have two water babies, but I cringe at the work when I get home with the setter. We also do the air dry in the ute, can't beat it.

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    Fantastic Pete, what wonderful subjects!
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    Great pics - I love how there is no blurring, even in your jumping full-on into the water!

    The waiting for Polly shot is my real fave though, he has a coiled spring look about him. Like those big hind legs are just about to propel him back into the air and water again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nattylou View Post
    Great pics - I love how there is no blurring, even in your jumping full-on into the water!

    The waiting for Polly shot is my real fave though, he has a coiled spring look about him. Like those big hind legs are just about to propel him back into the air and water again.
    And as soon as she gets near enough off he goes.


    I am using a Sony A200, which is the base model Sony SLR. The two lenses i use can be distinguished by either close up or far away shots, ( sorry i aint no photographer with special names for things).
    Either way this camera is as clear as no matter what the shot is, it does all the work for you and was under a $1000. Good value for an SLR. I'll put up this last one as an example of how it captures movement.
    Look at the gums and wrinkles flapping in motion


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    I love the stills of their jowls blowing in the wind! Great shots at just the right moments

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    Gorgeous photos Peter

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