These are the chronicles of two Shetland Sheepdogs and their adventures in rally-o, obedience, flyball, agility, tracking and therapy dog work.
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Saturday, November 1, 2008

I have a new baby!

Okay, so it's not as cute the new baby at ManyMuddyPaws, but I'm quite smitten with it!

Everyone meet ...

My new Canon PowerShot!

She doesn't have a name yet, but we'll think of one soon.

I've been playing around with her all afternoon, testing everything out. Lots of fun! Much nicer pictures than I was getting with my old Sony CyberShot. And I think I'm going to have some fun with this Macro situation!

Here are a couple of fun shots that I was able to catch earlier today.















"We are not amused. Too boring."


"Now THIS is how you test out a camera!"

"KICK IT! kickitkickitkickitkickit"

"I haz a happy!"

5 comments:

the Corgi Girls said...

That last photo is awesome!!!!

Enjoy the new camera, can't wait to see more pics!

;o)
M & I

Charlie Daniels said...

Hey that's the same camera TBU uses!

Cheers

Charlie

Gussie said...

I saw the rss for this post and got all excited at the prospect of new puppy pictures! ;-) Let us know how the camera works out. Great pics so far!

Bree/Reilly said...

what a great photo......look at that lolly pink tongue!!!!

Cait said...

I have the same camera and I *LOVE* it. (I think we have a forum in common because your dogs' names look really familiar, but I can't figure out which ones!

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