She looks beautiful until you see her in the morning...

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  1. stsinner

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    I'd appreciate your comments/critiques on the first one-the second one is just for fun. I just took this picture of my thumbless, hairy daughter.

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    And in the morning..

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    LOVE the shots.

    My dog Cutter is my child also.

    thanks for posting.
     
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    lol! thats fantastic, she's too cute, dogs are funny creatures. I really like your first one, the DOF is awesome and I love the snow on her nose, I got a similar shot of my dog like that
     
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    Thank you. I have to differentiate so you don't confuse them with my other thumbed, mostly hairless daughters.

    Thank you. I was happy to get that shot. I have hundreds of pictures of her (my wife says I'm crazy), but not many as nice as that one.

    I even captured the moment she got the snow on her nose:

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    She was being a real lunatic!
     
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    the more serious one is really nice,and the upside-down face cracks me up. i love dogs.
     
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    Thanks. I like your Poison Apple shot on your Flick'r. Pretty creative.
     
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    Lol.
     
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    Nice Fur-Kid. :)
     
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    Fur-kid.. Good one.. I often refer to her as the Tick Bus.
     
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    I've heard people mention their "fur and skin kids" which I found amusing. My mom calls my dog the "granddog" which I also find amusing. :)
     
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    Beautiful girl. I like the first shot. The snow on her face is great.

    I have 3 girls, only 2 are human and 1 is canine :D.

    My wife, who was completely against getting a dog because she "hates" dogs and fought against getting a yellow Lab, spent all day today scouring the net and ads looking for a chocolate Lab pup for a sister to Amy, my yellow Lab. "Amy needs a sister!" She says.

    Amy is 6 months old. I can't wait for spring time to go out to the lake with her.
     

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