O.K. Butch!

Uploaded: April 18, 2008


f/18.0, 1/100, 18-200mmVR@40mm, DSC_12061, 8:00AM, ISO200

I met this gentleman and his dog Butch down on the shoreline on Miami's South Beach early on a Sunday morning. Here he flung a tennis ball out for Butch to fetch.

Exif: F Number: 18, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/100 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 200, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 40.00 mm, Model: NIKON D40


Patrick Rouzes April 19, 2008

Fabulous soft tones, detail, comp, lighting & clarity here,Michael!!! Wonderful job on this,my friend!!! #903923

Carolyn J. Connolly April 19, 2008

This is a WONDERFUL early morning capture, Michael - the soft colours AND lighting are SUPERB!! :o) Most dogs really do LOVE fetching a ball, don't they?!! ;o) #5806639

Michael S. Lazarus April 19, 2008

Thank you Patrick and Carolyn for your comments here. #5808307

Phillip R. Connolly April 19, 2008

Guess who enjoys the early morning swim the most here? Good capture Michael, very nice composition.

Phil #5809508

paola A. Jofre April 23, 2008

This image has a very cool retro feel to it!! Wonderful lighting and composition Michael!! :) #5829632

Aimee C. Eisaman April 25, 2008

First of all I love the morning light here and how you captured it! Very nice! I'm wondering what he has in his hand there....looks like a hotdog on a fork! LOL! #5839722

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