Derby, Western Australia.Banjo really did a great job here. He rarely stays still enough to take his photo, but he’s such a handsome dog! (Okay, I’m a little bit biased…) Nikon D60 (Sigma 10-20mm)ISO100 • f/9 • 1/2 sec • 17 mm
7th Annual Black & White Spider Awards 2012
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I love this photo! Banjo is more than handsome! This an instant fave. :)
Wow! That was quick, Kylie!!! Thank you! He is a bit ‘easy on the eye’, isn’t he? =D
this is fantabulous !!!!! love it in B&W !!
Can’t get a nicer comment than that! Thank you, Mandy!!!
Totally diggin Banjo’s appearances in your work!!
:) :) :) He adds a little extra, doesn’t he? Thanks, Angela!
Yeah,nice looking dog but I’m more interested in the fabulous looking car yard behind him,hope you have not missed that.
I went back 3 times to get the right light on the caryard… no, I didn’t miss it… more to follow ;)Thanks, Hans!
Oh he’s so gorgeous!!!
=D Isn’t he just?
You are amazing!
Me? Or Banjo??? Thanks heaps, Bette… I’m very glad you like this one!!!
an absolute classic shot (reminds me of Dorothea Lange’s work: do you know this remarkable American photographer — if not, worth checking out)
Thanks, Harry!! I don’t know Dorothea Lange’s work as a body of work but her Migrant Mother photograph is very well known and I love that one… Thanks for the huge compliment, Harry. Very nice to think that my work prompts any kind of comparison with such a well-respected artist!!!
What a scene you’ve created here! WOW!
:) :) :) Thanks for the ‘wow’, Adriana!!!
wonderful shot. works great in b&w. fabulous composition too (Perfect Pet Placement – if that’s not too much alliteration!)
I love it!! That should be a new photography acronym – PPP!Thanks heaps, Chris!
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