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Canine Symmetry....
Canine Symmetry....
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Challenge: Symmetry (Classic Editing)
Camera: Canon PowerShot G2
Location: Dallas, TX
Date: Mar 30, 2003
Date Uploaded: Mar 30, 2003

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Statistics
Place: 5 out of 226
Avg (all users): 6.8010
Avg (commenters): 7.9615
Avg (participants): 6.6050
Avg (non-participants): 7.0690
Views since voting: 2027
Votes: 206
Comments: 28
Favorites: 3 (view)


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04/05/2003 01:10:41 PM
great macro! Good job! 9 from Anastasia
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04/05/2003 11:46:36 AM
what a.... It is perfect for me
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04/05/2003 09:40:14 AM
...blows me away. Good luck in the challenge. 8 Morgan
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04/04/2003 12:07:31 PM
Woah! Looks cold and wet to me. Did you get dog drool on your lens? I like this one.
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04/04/2003 12:53:07 AM
I love this picture! I looked all over my cats to find something symmetrical, but didn't even think of the nose, which is the most symmetrical thing on a face! Good observation and great photo!!!
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04/03/2003 05:00:07 PM
Now this is what you call a macro shot. How did you get the dog to stay still, was he asleep? When i look at this pic it makes me lean back in my chair. Very good focus and lighting. 10 to you. Good luck.
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04/03/2003 09:05:28 AM
what a clever shot! i love it! well done. can't think of a thing that i would change about it. 10 from me
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04/03/2003 03:37:17 AM
I really like this photo very much. Have read that dogs' nose prints are the same as human fingerprints for identification. Comparison of texture of nose leather and surrounding hair is outstanding. Great symmetry!
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04/03/2003 01:29:03 AM
eeeyyyucccchhhhh! (Never shoot up a subjects nose! :) )
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04/02/2003 04:59:26 PM
Technically wonderful, perfect fit for the challenge, invokes just a dash of humor and a pinch of wonder at nature's beauty.
Great photo!
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04/02/2003 01:07:16 PM
Gosh that's weird - how many times did you have to clean the lens? is this slightly over-enlarged though? Seems to have lost just that element of detail.
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04/01/2003 10:46:09 PM
Terrific macro and perfect symmetry, but just not that appealing as a photo to me.. Did you try it in B&W? That's a clean dog nose! Didya have to wipe him down first?
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04/01/2003 10:31:11 PM
My, what a big nose you have! LOL.... Great textures, I like it!
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04/01/2003 10:28:28 PM
really cool shot
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04/01/2003 10:22:13 PM
omg what a macro!!! how did you get your dog to stay still for this? great textures and clarity!... and yes.. symmetry.
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04/01/2003 07:59:04 PM
I don't know why animal noses are so likable, but they are. This is no exception. Very nice. Could have done well in "indoor macro" challenge as well. Good job.
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04/01/2003 07:50:24 PM
Great shot, you get an 8 from me, first one!
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04/01/2003 01:18:28 PM
Great detail and nice symmetry.
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04/01/2003 10:56:24 AM
Nice maco! A perfect example of natural symmetry. How'd you keep the dog from licking the camera while you were shooting?
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04/01/2003 02:30:47 AM
You have a nose for symmetry
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04/01/2003 12:56:54 AM
That is a stunning macro. The detail is brilliant, and it happens to meet the symmetry challenge perfectly. Great work.
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03/31/2003 07:10:27 PM
LOL, lucky he didn't sneeze on the camera. :) Very good close up shot!! You could have used this in the macro challenge.
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03/31/2003 04:41:21 PM
deffinately fits the topic and the detail here is awsome
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03/31/2003 02:22:19 PM
Nice job, Mr. Shay! This should definitely do well. Great textures and sharpness! I'm curious to see how you kept the dog still long enough to do this!
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03/31/2003 01:58:55 PM
I like the texture of this photo.
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03/31/2003 01:50:02 PM
Very creative.... lol
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03/31/2003 01:11:17 PM
lol....
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03/31/2003 03:29:57 AM
I thought of doing something similar with my cat - like it a lot. 8.
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