New Puppy

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  1. schlag

    schlag Senior Refuge Member

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    You can't beat a new puppy for giving you unlimited photo opportunities _DSC0044_1.jpg DSC_0825_1.jpg _DSC0168_1.jpg _DSC1630_1.jpg _DSC0781_1.jpg !
     
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  2. schlag

    schlag Senior Refuge Member

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    mdupont Elite Refuge Member

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    Love new pups! Except having to get up multiple times at night to let them out :dv
    #4 is great. Look at that smile!
     
  4. mrbill

    mrbill Elite Refuge Member

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    Beautiful! You've just got to love those pups. Great shots, great looking puppy.
     
  5. tom f

    tom f Senior Refuge Member

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    Great subject matter!! Enjoy your time together. Black dogs can at times be tough to photo. Looks like you got a better handle on it that I do. Thanks and please keep them coming.
     
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    Wild Rice Senior Refuge Member

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    Awesome pictures and a beautiful little pup! Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Lame-Duck Elite Refuge Member

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    Those are some truly great shots. That is one nice looking pup. :tu
     
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    Foxwood Senior Refuge Member

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    Nice pup, really good shots. What's your setup?
     
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    D Stimac Moderator Moderator

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    Nice work! I think that's some of the toughest photography to do.
     
  10. schlag

    schlag Senior Refuge Member

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    All of them were shot with a Nikon D810 and a 300 2.8 VRII lens.
     
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