1. 348/366: Penny’s Head on Flickr.

    348/366: Penny’s Head on Flickr.

  2. 253/366: Dog tired on Flickr.

    253/366: Dog tired on Flickr.

  3. 220/366: Airtime on Flickr.

    220/366: Airtime on Flickr.

  4. 158/366: Penny in the grass on Flickr.

    158/366: Penny in the grass on Flickr.

  5. 144/366: Tired on Flickr.

    144/366: Tired on Flickr.

  6. 133/366: Penny on the run on Flickr.

    133/366: Penny on the run on Flickr.

  7. 118/366: Penny’s Nose on Flickr.Via Flickr:
I tested out some macro shots using lens stacking.  I mounted  my 85mm f1.4 Rokinon to my D7000 and reversed a 50mm 1.8 Nikon lens.   Total cost was about $15 for the coupler and the step up/down filter rings.

    118/366: Penny’s Nose on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    I tested out some macro shots using lens stacking. I mounted my 85mm f1.4 Rokinon to my D7000 and reversed a 50mm 1.8 Nikon lens. Total cost was about $15 for the coupler and the step up/down filter rings.

  8. 117/366: Watchdog on Flickr.

    117/366: Watchdog on Flickr.

  9. 69/366: Penny watching herself on YouTube on Flickr.

    69/366: Penny watching herself on YouTube on Flickr.

  10. 68/366: Penny playing soccer on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Today Penny got very interested in the soccer ball. We have been encouraging her, but today she really got into it. Barking at the ball and pushing it around the yard. Here is a short video of it.

    68/366: Penny playing soccer on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    Today Penny got very interested in the soccer ball. We have been encouraging her, but today she really got into it. Barking at the ball and pushing it around the yard. Here is a short video of it.

  11. 59/366: Ultra Wide Puppy on Flickr.

    59/366: Ultra Wide Puppy on Flickr.

  12. 21/366: Black Dog on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Sammy had a little scrimmage today—this is a quick photo of a great dane that was there. I centered the exposure on the dog and cropped this in a bit.

    21/366: Black Dog on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    Sammy had a little scrimmage today—this is a quick photo of a great dane that was there. I centered the exposure on the dog and cropped this in a bit.