#Neachdainn came rushing over, sat down, and looked at me expectantly, when I put a disc in my laptop drive. He always gets a treat when we watch a movie.
However, I was ripping a CD, not watching a film. So, no treat. I've explained this to Neachdainn before, but it hasn't sunk in. Huh, and they say dogs are smart!
Life with dogs.
#Neachdainn woke me at 5am, he needed out for a piddle. I took him downstairs. I opened the backdoor for him, and stood there in my jammies. It was freezing. He didn't go out, as it was also lashing down with rain. While I was shutting doors and switching off lights he ran upstairs and claimed my position in bed. When I got back upstairs he was wagging his tail, he thought it was hilariously funny, and was pleased with himself.
I still love him.
Isn't this a cute poster?
The Aberdeen Line was a shipping company founded in 1825. At one point the line had the world's fastest clipper, the Thermopylae, which even beat the famous Cutty Sark. In 1933 the company merged with the Australian Commonwealth Line to become the name in the poster.
What makes the poster even more appropriate is that Scottie dogs are also known as Aberdeen Terriers (my preferred name).
Right, this is a repost of sorts, as not enough of you liked this wee pooch dancing to Jump Around, previously. You know what you need to do. 😃
This time I've attached the video to the post, so you don't have to go to YT. Not my video, source unknown.
In my previous post Neachdainn was right-adjusted in the frame, but he is looking right. Is that why the photo is less satisfying? I don't think so, as I have some photos where he looks left, and I still find them less satisfying.
Here is another photo from the set. Again, Neachdainn is left adjusted in the frame, and he is looking right. This also means there is a catchlight in his eye. Is that a sub-concious consideration?
I took several portrait photographs of #Neachdainn on Saturday. I posted one photo already:
Some of the photos have Neachdainn right adjusted in the frame, instead of left. For some reason I find these photos less satisfying. Is it because I have a right-handed bias? Is it a cultural thing because I am used to using left-to-right writing? Something else? I don't know.
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