More photos of Ollie

After the photo post recently, some of you asked to see more of Ollie. So here he is.

A rear view, walking in the woods. Not his best angle.

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By the new bench on the riverbank. (The bench is for Jude…)

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In the river again.

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Looking along the meadow, hoping to spot a friend.

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As with the others, all the large files can be viewed if you click the photo. And they can be enlarged from those too, for fine detail. I hope that you enjoy these shots of my canine companion.

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25 thoughts on “More photos of Ollie

  1. I think Ollie is very handsome at the front and back. My husband said he wished he had a model as good as that….The Beetley Meadows have a lush, magnetic beauty in the light of your photos, too.

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  2. Pete, I love these shots of Ollie, and your camera takes really good pictures. Bravo, Ollie ~ You’re a Superstar !

    Take care and have a great weekend, from Laura ~

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  3. He always looks so worried bless him. Thank you for the bench. Nice curves, though I am a little concerned that Ollie is going to mark it as his territory 😀

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  4. Why do all animals love to give the rear shot before photographers? I can’t tell you how many goat, duck and chicken pics I have of them walking away. Maybe they’re trying to tell me something. Adorable dog. 🙂

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  5. 👍 Lovely shots of Ollie, dear Pete. I especially love the first, the third and last image and the second for Judith looks so fine as well,
    Which Programm do you use post-editing?
    Btw, this is my second comment on this post, I think the new update on WP is a nuisance, a real pain. The appearance in the reader was much better before, now I keep jumping back and forth, aaaah time to go to bed … 😉
    Good night to Beetley from Norway (on hour ahead of you),
    Dina & co x

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    1. No processing at all Dina. Straight jpegs from the camera. These were all shot using Kodachome film simulation mode in camera, aperture priority, f5.6. I applied +1 stop exposure compensation, but I don’t think it was needed in all the shots. Never mind, still learning! xx

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