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    [QUOTE=HPL;1073098]Great shot, but does he have the drive to actually RUN ACROSS THE SURFACE to accomplish the retrieve?



    Great shot, but mine don't have to run across the water.....they can fly! (or at least they think they can). Even the baby pup, Cletus, thinks he is Superpup.

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    Just wanted to share my flying Lab, and yes that is a duck in her mouth, it was half frozen and had seen better days
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    Pics are awesome! There doesn't seem to ever be pro photogs at our tests. I rely on my awesome husband. This is one of my young girl as she's going off the line for a blind. She always goes like this....I love it!

    And one of her coming back with a flier....

    For those that have the head on water shots, where do the photogs hide during the test and I assume judges have a say in where they are?

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    wow, I'd hate to be that duck. even after I got shot

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    I love this photo of my young girl, taken last spring.

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    These are two photos that I took yesterday at Wisills upland test. I think you can see some drive.


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    Daisy is my "go to" goose dog because she's got....

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    [QUOTE=Bayou Magic;1073406]
    Quote Originally Posted by HPL View Post
    Great shot, but does he have the drive to actually RUN ACROSS THE SURFACE to accomplish the retrieve?



    Great shot, but mine don't have to run across the water.....they can fly! (or at least they think they can). Even the baby pup, Cletus, thinks he is Superpup.

    As you can see, when my gets in a big hurry, he takes off like Superman (no cape needed but I think maybe he uses the ears for steering).

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    Awesome photos! I've certainly seen lots of that intensity but very difficult to turn it into digital information:

    Sometimes hot


    Sometimes too hot

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    Great shot!!!!!!

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