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    Larry the Levitating Dog

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    Re: Larry the Levitating Dog

    Looks like you are going to have to spend some money on raising those fences.....
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    Re: Larry the Levitating Dog

    Looks like this little gal is a real Bark Park attraction. Nice shots.
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    Re: Larry the Levitating Dog

    Or is it . . . Underdog!! This character really looks like they have taken flight!

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    Re: Larry the Levitating Dog

    Loupey -

    I LOVE these photos! You really nailed some great shots - caught in midair. Wow!

    These would make great posters for one of the dog food commercials.

    Thanks for sharing them - gave me a good laugh that I needed after a rather intense day! :thumbsup:

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    Re: Larry the Levitating Dog

    Wow, I haven't even seen Chris Angel do that, Jeff
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    Re: Larry the Levitating Dog

    Thanks for looking, everyone.

    Old timer - you're right, I see now that Larry is actually Lauren
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    Re: Larry the Levitating Dog

    Looks like you had a fast shutter speed.
    The second one is a little problematic for me as it looks like the person is hanging the dog.
    Sure that isn't the case but it looks that way.
    Keep Shooting!

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    Re: Larry the Levitating Dog

    Ha, thats hilarious! Airborn and crazy tongue. lol
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    Re: Larry the Levitating Dog

    Frog - you're right, the alignment of the retractable lead and the dog tag does make it look as if dog is "tethered". But no she was free.

    Gary - I'm glad it works. Shown horizontally the series looks better (like she is drifting across the field) but it's still fun vertically. Thanks!
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    Re: Larry the Levitating Dog

    really like the last one , the other dog looking up at the flying one, like saying
    hey! quit that flying already!

    you have a fast lens!

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