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    Boo, beach and ball

    This is my 12 week old golden doodle pup out for a romp on the beach. Tough crop since the entire background is just beach sand. But what I like best, besides her expression is the fact I caught her airborne.
    Thoughts, comments and criticisms welcome.


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    Re: Boo, beach and ball

    What a beautiful pup. Such a look in those eyes! IMO a vertical 8x10 format crop would work here. I'd place the eyes centered horizontally and vertically just about on the upper third line.

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    Re: Boo, beach and ball

    Dan, thanks for the input. I was having a hard time trying to decide the crop. Is this what you're thinking?

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    Re: Boo, beach and ball

    Great capture of a lovely pup.... Doodles Rock! Especially Goldendoodles....

    Mine can bring home a pound of sand in each paw....

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    Re: Boo, beach and ball

    Hi, Jack. That's much better. If you have the pixels to spare I'd go even tighter like this.

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    Re: Boo, beach and ball

    Dan, thanks! Definitely a much better (tighter) crop

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    Re: Boo, beach and ball

    Richard,
    Thanks, and I agree, "Especially Goldendoodles..."! I love this dog, smart as a whip, devious, curious but a total sweetie.
    The paws on this girl...frightening. Maybe not a pound of sand in each paw, yet...but by end of summer, she's gonna be transporting a whole lot of sand. Come winter I'm going to miss the sand everywhere.

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