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Very Cool, Love the Dog, Mans best friend! 

This is how one unwinds from the craziness of the world. :D

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6 minutes ago, dfelt said:

Very Cool, Love the Dog, Mans best friend! 

This is how one unwinds from the craziness of the world. :D

Would have been better had it not been so miserably hot and dry. 

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What is the big black box on the collar around the dog's throat?

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A training collar.  Some have tendencies to chase things like deer that will literally lead them miles out.  Usually a good audible buzz will bring the dog off the trail and back to the truck. 

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1 minute ago, ykX said:

Great photos!

Indeed, Kentucky is one of the most beautiful states in the country IMHO.

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Very cool, did not know they had things like that. I grew up with black labs that were trained as bird dogs and I never had a dog take off like that. Yet it does make sense to me. Thanks, :)

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Thanks everyone.  Photography is my relaxation I suppose.  One of these days I will have more than my Galaxy note to take photos with haha.  This phone's camera does surprise me sometimes though. 20160904_204134_zpssidpuzgb.jpg

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I work with a guy who is a published professional photographer on the side.  He buys lots of lighting equipment and once told me he would rather have the best lighting equipment and use a camera phone than have the worlds best Camera and no lighting equipment.

He shoots a lot of models in studio so this would make sense for him.  Thankfully, Kentucky co operated with the lighting here....

Would like to see more of your work.

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Camera phones today and far and away better than some full on cameras were just a few years ago.  I really want a DSL-R though.  They can't be beat, especially for pictures after dark. 

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These were all after dark using my brother's DSL-R. 

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Nice pictures!  Yeah, a beagle will run for miles on the trail.

 

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