My photography mentor is always telling me to 'get on my subject's level' so the other day, I did it. I got down in the grass, and knowingly took my life and camera in my own hands...he was across the yard, and I called him. My camera and I narrowly escaped death as he swerved to my left... What could I have done to get his left leg (but the right one looking at the photo) to get it in focus with the rest of the photo? Ok...I just went to look at my image info on this photo and it's telling me this was shot at 1/320 and I distinctly remember increasing it to about 1/1000 because both of my dogs were running like mad...grrrrr...oh well, I am guess that the higher shutter speed would have cleared up his leg. I like the way his tongue is swirling in his mouth. Any other C & C?