Wordless Wednesday: Run!

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About Scott of UnderstandingVizslas.com

I have many varied interests. My background is in business, accounting, real estate and entrepreneurship. My wife Angela says at heart I am an entrepreneur and coach. I own three Vizslas: Rosco, Daisy, and Lulu. The picture on my Gravatar is Rosco, our oldest.

Realizing the transition to Vizsla ownership was not an easy one for myself and my wife, I decided to create a Vizsla DVD to help educate potential and current Vizsla owners on tips, tricks, and techniques that work well with our dogs.

I look forward to the day when no Vizsla puppies or adult dogs have to be rescued or given up because people did not have the resources to handle this highly energetic breed.
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5 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Run!

  1. dogear6 says:

    What? The camera wasn’t fast enough to catch the rear paws in front of the ears?

    I just love how graceful they are when they run. It’s like watching gazelles. The beagle can haul ass, but there’s nothing pretty about it.

    Nancy

    • 🙂 They are soooo fast. We’re trying to post more photos of them “being active” mainly because all the other photos show them just sleeping or relaxing. It’s quite a challenge to capture them at full speed!

      • dogear6 says:

        My Vizsla is ten and has just started to slow down (i.e., a baseball cap left on the kitchen table just might be safe these days). I had him at the park yesterday and someone threw a ball for their dog. He tore off after that ball then came sprinting back to me, sliding to a halt in the leaves. A few more runs like that and he slept very well for the afternoon.

        Some tips I used for catching the bees in flight – put the camera on continuous shoot, use jpg (not raw – the camera can’t save it fast enough) and use a high speed to freeze motion. Then shoot away and hope in 1,000 shots you get a few good ones.

        Or take a video 🙂 The dslr’s do really good with that.

        I can’t find a bee photo right now, but here’s the hummingbird that I photographed:

        http://livingtheseasons.com/2014/12/31/2104-accomplishments/

      • Cool! Those are nice photos…I like the video too!:-)

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