A true photographer would take to PhotoShop and remove the orange extension cord. I guess my secret is out – I am not a true photographer. Hopefully, you’re too distracted by the furry critters to notice anything else.
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I am married. We have two boys, two dogs, and two cats. I am on the Oxford Comma team. I look forward to my first large cup of coffee, black, every single morning, and I look forward to that second large cup of coffee, still black, every single afternoon.
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10 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 297 Two Tails For Tuesday”
Just a hint of orange for Halloween, right? (wink)
Ha! I should have marketed the cord that way, Georgette. Nice idea!
I love the crossed paws look — very Dean Martin : )
I’ve yet to see a picture where Chase is not crossing his paws. He is a fantastic dog. He barrels towards you like he is going to mow you over, and then he simply stops. It happens every time, and it never gets old.
2 Tail Tuesday sounds like a name from the movie “Sandlot” 🙂 I always enjoy your photos, especially of our furry friends
PS Frankie crosses his paws. I call him Dick Cavett.
I miss seeing Dick Cavett on television. He had such a calm demeanor and voice. Please give Frankie a hug for me.
You are a true photographer–you go with real. I was hoping the “two tails” were animal in origin.
Aw thanks, Patti. I was not telling a tale – the pictures were of two animal tails. 🙂
I completely agree with Patti, Ms. D! You are indeed! And there’s a whole school of thought that says it’s almost cheating to manipulate an image too much in post… and I can respect that (even though I completely mangle pretty much any/everything Photoshop).
Thank you, SIG. I think there is a technique to any sort of manipulation in photos. There is an artist talent needed to take it to just the right level. You have both gifts, my friend. Your work is incredible regardless of the amount or absence of Photoshop.