Maxwell's Dreaming!

© Judy M. Sayers

Maxwell's Dreaming!

Uploaded: March 25, 2003


I met this cute little guy yesterday at the print shop. He's a long-hairhaired miniature Dachshund. He is staring out the door.


Judy M. Sayers March 25, 2003

I wasn't sure if I preferred the color or B&W version, so here is both. #27718

May 26, 2019

I not only think this is beautifully captured, but I love it personally because I have 3 longhaired miniature dachshunds. Great Job! #72002

Cathy M. Gromball May 26, 2019

This works equally well in color and b&w, Judy! I can't make up my mind which version I like better - I love them both! Great capture of this beautiful subject!

Cathy :) #72030

Joy Brown May 26, 2019

Great shot, Judy! I like them both, but prefer the color version. #72032

Shirley L. Carpenter May 26, 2019

Judy, Both are Great...I think Maxwell deserves the color to show off the pretty color of hair...Shirley #72046

Judy M. Sayers May 26, 2019

Thanks Jan, Cathy, Joy and Shirley!! I really appreciate the kind comments. I guess I do like the colored one better too. He had such a shiny unique coppery color. Judy #72146

Dolores Neilson May 26, 2019

I like the warm color of the first image, Judy! Beautiful dog...nice job capturing this pooch! #72295

Jacqueline D. Stefano May 26, 2019

I love this shot, Judy! This dog looks just like my one long-haired doxie (I have two). I like the colored version the best, as it shows the real beauty of this dog. Nice job! #72348

Carol Sherman May 26, 2019

Wonderful shot of him Judy! Love that dog-gone...Concentrated #72351

Judy M. Sayers May 26, 2019

Thanks Dolores, Jacqueline and Carol for your kind comments. At first I wasn't sure between the two, but after I put them on, I had to agree with Shirley, I did like the colored one better because he does have a beautiful color to him. Judy :)))))) #72563

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