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Which are the photos you objected to?

I rather not say but let's just say go back and go through it. It's something every "southern home" just about used to have on their porches or at the front door.

I remember now. I don't have to go back and look.
Those pieces of paper were, I think, the gate list. If you squint, you can see Melanie and Fly listed.

Well yeah but who cares, where are the dogs? Where are the handlers with the sheep? I mean yes there were dogs, hnadlers and sheep. I just don't see wasting film on a gate list that no one can read when developed as a photo.

It's art, don't forget. Plus, if it was my first sheep trial, or an important one, I'd probably buy that picture if I could make out my dog's name on it.
With my new digital camera, I waste tons of electrons photographing pieces of paper. In my case, it's not art, but an easy way of collecting courses that I find interesting.

Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
I rather not say but let's just say go back and go through it. It's something every "southern home" just about used to have on their porches or at the front door.

Those are my old stomping grounds and I got a little nostalgic looking at the photos - looks like home. Lawn jockeys are quite uncommon and weren't that common 35 years ago, either, if it's any comfort (although social attitudes can be a bit retrograde in that region).
Beautiful pictures, though. What kind of dog is that in http://www.pbase.com/dsteinauer/image/36848423 ?

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Beautiful pictures, though. What kind of dog is that in http://www.pbase.com/dsteinauer/image/36848423 ?
The owner said he was a 3/4 ACD 1/4 Border Collie. I think he ran in Novice/Novice but I didn't see him run.
Most of the photos in the gallery are of novice dogs.

Melanie Lee Chang > Form ever follows function. Departments of Anthropology and Biology >
University of Pennsylvania > Louis Sullivan (Email Removed) >
The photographer took a few pictures of you,
Yeah, really flattering ones, too (not)!
http://www.pbase.com/dsteinauer/image/36848352
As with his choice of dog subjects, the
photographer seemed to have skewed priorities. No pictures of Solo (the #3 most photogenic dog in the world)?
Amazing, isn't it?
I had my digital camera with me, and really wish I'd gotten someone to take a picture of me and Solo at the post together. That particular scene may never occur again. I was just a little too afraid that I'd end up with photos of Solo riding a sheep across the field.

Melanie Lee Chang > Form ever follows function. Departments of Anthropology and Biology >
University of Pennsylvania > Louis Sullivan (Email Removed) >
I had my digital camera with me, and really wish I'd gotten someone to take a picture of me and Solo at the post together. That particular scene may never occur again.

I am sure that it will.
I was just a little too afraid that I'd end up with photos of Solo riding a sheep across the field.

That also would have been a good picture to have.

Marcel and Moogli
It frustrates me no end. I have no photos of Cala in agility at all.

The day Solo finished his one and only agility title, the photographer only got two shots of him and they're both bad one is just the front of his head peeking out of a tunnel, the other is his midsection as he exits the tunnel. I bought them anyway.
Luckily, at the first match we ever ran in there was a fantastic photographer who got a bunch of shots, including the teeter sequence on this page, which I love:
http://www.sas.upenn.edu/~mlchang/agilesolo.html

Melanie Lee Chang > Form ever follows function. Departments of Anthropology and Biology >
University of Pennsylvania > Louis Sullivan (Email Removed) >
I rather not say but let's just say go back ... to have on their porches or at the front door.

Those are my old stomping grounds and I got a little nostalgic looking at the photos - looks like home. ... common 35 years ago, either, if it's any comfort (although social attitudes can be a bit retrograde in that region).

Yes I understand. And it does look like some
beautiful country to stomp in.
Beautiful pictures, though. What kind of dog is that in http://www.pbase.com/dsteinauer/image/36848423 ?

I dunno, but he is quite handsome. Dingo/border collie.

Just kidding but a handsome dude he is.
Gwen
It's art, don't forget. Plus, if it was my first sheep trial, or an important one, I'd probably buy that picture if I could make out my dog's name on it.

Well yeah if you could make out your dog's name, that's different. In this case I don't think that is possible but I don't have the original.
With my new digital camera, I waste tons of electrons photographing pieces of paper. In my case, it's not art, but an easy way of collecting courses that I find interesting.

That's what digital camera's are for wasting tons of electrons photographing and deleting bad ones. In
the case of film though you don't know until you
have it developed but chances are in my case
more than half the roll is wasted by horrible
shots.
Gwen
All of my other trials have been indoors, and pictures ... So I have nothing. I want pictures of Cala! Waaahh!

Just to dig it in: photographers just love to take pictures of Rocky and Friday - Rocky because he's pretty ... at the last AAC Nationals dinner, Friday was the dog most photographed by the offical picture takers. Blatant preening: http://www.rocky-dog.com/Friday/index.htm

There's a problem with black dogs, especially black dogs inside a a horse arena. They don't show up well. Unfortunately I also haven't yet found a photographer that can capture her clearly. She's very fast, but no faster than a lot of border collies. But there must be something the way she jumps or something, because even indoors they have a really hard time capturing her.
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