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Photographs Taken By Dogs


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These photographs were taken by dogs, using the small digital Tomy Wonderful Shot camera from Japan. This little camera is mounted on the dog's collar, and automatically takes a photograph at a pre-set timing interval.

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Molly's Photograph of Grass265 viewsThis is grass from the viewpoint of Molly, a Daschund. The photograph was taken with a small digital camera mounted on Molly's collar.
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Molly's Photograph of Grass270 viewsMolly, the Long Haired Daschund, is quite low to the ground, so when she used the Tomy Wonderful Shot digital camera --- mounted on her collar --- she opted for a more "abstract" look to her photographs. This is, I think, grass.
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A Neighbour's House227 viewsKiko, our bull terrier, took this photograph with the Tomy Wonderful Shot camera on his collar as Christopher took Kiko for a spring walk.
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Green270 viewsMolly, the Daschund, took this photograph of green with her collar-mounted digital camera. Louise Nevelson did black paintings and sculpture --- Molly prefers to work with a happier green colour.
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Kiko's Photo of His Paw292 viewsKiko took this close-up of his paw with his digital collar cam. Looks like Kiko needs to work a bit on focus.
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Kiko's Photograph of the Countryside212 viewsKiko, our bull terrier, took this photograph of grass and trees along the roadside as he went on a walk with Christopher. The small digital camera was mounted on Kiko's collar.
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Molly's Photograph252 viewsMolly, the Daschund, took this photograph with a collar-mounted Tomy Wonderful Shot digital camera. Molly has opted for an abstract look to her work.
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Kiko's Photograph of our Kitchen269 viewsKiko, our bull terrier, took this photograph of one of his favourite places in the world --- our kitchen. There's a small refrigerator on the right, and the source of all wonder --- the oven --- straight ahead. Photographed by Kiko with his collar camera.

Last additions - The Dogs's Gallery
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Molly's Photograph of Grass265 viewsThis is grass from the viewpoint of Molly, a Daschund. The photograph was taken with a small digital camera mounted on Molly's collar.Apr 04, 2006
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Green270 viewsMolly, the Daschund, took this photograph of green with her collar-mounted digital camera. Louise Nevelson did black paintings and sculpture --- Molly prefers to work with a happier green colour.Apr 04, 2006
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Movement248 viewsMolly, the Daschund, took this photograph with a collar-mounted digital camera. It is a photo of --- movement. As seen from a couple of inches above the ground.Apr 04, 2006
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Molly's Photograph252 viewsMolly, the Daschund, took this photograph with a collar-mounted Tomy Wonderful Shot digital camera. Molly has opted for an abstract look to her work.Apr 04, 2006
IMG_0023.JPG
Molly's Photograph of Grass270 viewsMolly, the Long Haired Daschund, is quite low to the ground, so when she used the Tomy Wonderful Shot digital camera --- mounted on her collar --- she opted for a more "abstract" look to her photographs. This is, I think, grass.Apr 04, 2006
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Kiko's Photograph of Our Garden256 viewsKiko, our bull terrier, took this photograph of a bush in our garden using the Tomy Wonderful Shot camera mounted on his collar.Apr 04, 2006
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Kiko's Photo of His Paw292 viewsKiko took this close-up of his paw with his digital collar cam. Looks like Kiko needs to work a bit on focus.Apr 04, 2006
Apr2-06-0234.JPG
Kiko's Photograph of our Kitchen269 viewsKiko, our bull terrier, took this photograph of one of his favourite places in the world --- our kitchen. There's a small refrigerator on the right, and the source of all wonder --- the oven --- straight ahead. Photographed by Kiko with his collar camera.Apr 04, 2006