ann freier said:pic #3, Benta: awesome!!
how do you get the helper to look SO happy to be getting bit??
you have the fancy camera--keep 'em coming!! oh--and how do you keep your grass so GREEN?? i guess i'll have to try a pic of the grass in nebraska so you can see what i'm working with here...or, check the photo gallery for brix pics; that shows our grass color...
Lacey Vessell said:Very nice pictures and dogs. I really like the two pictures of Spike on the back attack/Werpaanval?- as I am partial to "fliers", especially when they are able to bring the decoy down :twisted:
it is great to see, but it can cause a lot of injuries, we prefer a bit less flying. But it is his way to attack (not learned).
In Robbie's picture - bike attack/fiefsstellen? - is this where he usually targets? Do you prefer the dogs to bite higher on the leg rather then closer to the ankle area ?
Yes, he has to target at the backside of the knee. If he attacks lower the chance of missing and injuries (both dog and decoy) is bigger. Dick says it is most certain target spot, the leg is moving due the cycling. If you see the pics on the site, you can she the whole serie (of decoy´s legmovement
In the first picture of Benta, stick attack/stokaanval?, it looks like she is targeting the decoy's stomach area - maybe just me or just the angle the picture was taken.
I think it is the angle, her body lands on the decoy´s body and she bites at the decoys biceps. It is more secure if the dog "blocks" the decoy
canon Eos 350 D, in america it is the digital rebel of Canon,this pictures were made with a 90-300 lense of canon.Tammy McDowell said:I know you mentioned in a previous post having a new camera, what type of camera do you use?