Thursday, 28 May 2009

Two Dogs Meet

PhotoStory Friday
Hosted by Cecily and MamaGee



While on a day trip recently, I came across this dog made of pieces of metal, nuts and bolts that were skillfully put together to look as though they had been made of junk, I think.
Any way, I thought it would make a really good photo so I snapped it straight away.
Imagine my surprise when I transferred the photo onto the computer and I saw the real dog in the corner!
At the time I took this photo, I honestly didn't notice it at all. I guess it was moving quite quickly.
Do you think I could have been quick enough to capture this scene if it had been engineered? No way!


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39 comments:

Nessa said...

A lovely surprise.

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Oh, it's so perfect!!!! I'm delighted with it!!!! Such a smile you give me!!!! ~Janine XO

Hilary said...

I love those unexpected appearances in photography. Very cool shot. :)

Bina said...

Maggie, that is so cool! It looks like the "junk" yard dog is looking at the real dog!

Nana Trish is Living the Dream said...

This is adorable and I believe you. This is such a neat picture. Your photography is great.

Jeni said...

A really cute picture of a very cool sculpture! And nope, I don't believe you could have ever engineered a shot like that with a real dog walking into the photo!

char72 said...

Great shot. I love it when I see something in a photo that I didn't expect to see.
Charlotte

Casdok said...

Super photo with an eliment of surprise!!

MarmiteToasty said...

How cool is that sculpture.... the real dog is such an added bonus..

x

The Gossamer Woman said...

That sculpture is very well done. Glad you showed it on your blog. The real dog is an added bonus. What a surprise! More of these things ought to happen in life.

XOX

mommaof4wife2r said...

i love they two dogs! cute...and the sculpture is amazing! i love it!

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

I love the "junk" dog - very clever. It's a great photo Maggie - you were lucky. Your story reminds me of a story I once heard of someone showing photos of a holiday trip to Arizona. Looking at one photo in particular, the person being shown said "gosh you were brave" and when the person in the photo looked, there was a snake coiled up a little way behind her. She had never noticed!! A x

Suburbia said...

Great photo, I'm sure I recognise the dog!

Hope you are enjoying the sunshine in the hols
Sx

The Things We Carried said...

I love it when things like that happen. We once spent the morning at the ocean playing on the sand and digging for clams. There were seven in my family that day and six in the family with us. When we got home, we put in the video our friends had taken and discovered there were seals in the ocean just behind us! How did we miss them playing? We were looking in the sand for the clams :).

SandyCarlson said...

What a lovely "mutt." Gorgeous.

Eddie Bluelights said...

Here Boy!
Woof Woof!
Great shot a coincidence!
The real dog does not look convinced ~ Eddie

Rinkly Rimes said...

I'd love to write a poem about your photograph? Would that be OK?

This is really to tell you that tomorrow I'm publishing your 'Mouse and Bella' story as a poem. If you're not happy with that I can remove it. But I've added your address and name.

Wendy said...

Cool! Don't you just love spontaneous moments??

Peter said...

Wow! At least you don't have to take it for a walk!!

x

Gail said...

I wonder what the real dog thought of Metal Mickey.

Thumbelina said...

My sort of dog. No mess.

Granny Smith said...

You wouldn't have captured such a delightful juxtaposition of dogs if you had been pursuing it doggedly.

Lena said...

A fabulous piece of work....! And more in conjunction with lampposts!

david mcmahon said...

Great work, Maggie. It was obviously, ahem, a ``junkyard'' dog!

Rajesh said...

Nice, the metal dog looks like as it is aiming for real dog.

Ryanne said...

Now there is one creative cat behind that dog! Sorry I couldn't help myself! That is a really cool sculpture!

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Granny on the Web said...

Well done on being a top contender in the post of the day vote with this post.

Love Granny

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Congratulations! This photo was brilliant! You truly deserved POTD!!! ~Janine XO

Eddie Bluelights said...

Just popped in to say many congratulations on POTD - very well deserved - an unusual piccy and two dogs for the price of one! ~ Eddie

Janie said...

Cute~ It looks like the 2 dogs, real and nuts and bolts, are looking at each other.

aims said...

What a great pic Maggie! And it made David's potd! Hooray!

Anna said...

Maggie, this is excellent shot. It happened to me once to I was photographing cormorant, and I found a whole night heron family hovering on the bottom of the picture. Life is full of surprises! Anna :) Congrads on the POD.

Elizabeth Bradley said...

I wonder what the "real" dog thinks about the constructed dog.

Came from Author's Blog, David's POTD.

Cheffie-Mom said...

How fun!! Congrats on the Post of the Day Award!!

Heather said...

Very fun surprise!

Joy said...

What a sweet bonus! Great photo!

Joy, via AuthorBlog

Daryl said...

Nice! And congrats on the POTD mention!

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