Black and White Bog

A small black and white gallery of The Hound up at the bog, the very last one of this bog series – none of these photos have been aired before. It starts with sending the water flying and some sharp turns, but by the end a pause for breath is needed. He just loves it, but I guess it is in his hound’s genes.

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37 thoughts on “Black and White Bog

    1. I almost called the bend photo “Drifting”, or “losing the back end”, there is a sense of hanging on which I am glad you enjoyed. Not surprisingly, the camera was set on multiple shot and shutter speed priority. MM πŸ€

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  1. Great shots, as usual – then again, with such a model, you can’t fail, eh? ;0)
    What do you use for your pictures (to insert slides, I mean)?

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    1. It’s on WordPress. click the insert media button as if choosing a photo, but then you click on “Create Gallery”, once having chosen the photos and OK’d you should get a choice of layouts, including screen show or something similar. Try it! Thanks for all the compliments, MM πŸ€

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      1. You have no reason to feel dumb – there are so many options and menus it isn’t always easy to find exactly what you want. You didn’t know, asked, got the answer. What’s wrong with that? Resourceful! MM πŸ€

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  2. Fantastic shots, Mick. Thank you for both color and mono versions – a good lesson on the advantages of both. For these shots, I like the black and white best as it seems to better show off the action.

    A lucky doggie indeed – he sounds well loved :).

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