January 5, 2020 – A chance encounter

What are the odds? I was driving the pups to Baring Vet today to get their nails trimmed, and just as I was approaching Howard on Fargo, I saw a young woman walking a dog that looked just like Bonnie, but with short hair. I rolled down my window:

Me: Oh my god, your dog looks just like mine! How old?
Her: A year!
Me: Did you adopt from PetCo?
Her: Yes!
Me: Oh my goodness, they are litter mates!!!

I pulled over and she came to my window. Her little girl was yapping. Bonnie was yapping.

Her: She’s a screamer!
Me: So’s Bonnie!

No… I didn’t get a photo, but going back to March I am certain the pup on the left is the one we saw as she is the only shorthaired puppy in the litter. (Bonnie is the one standing on the right)

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And a photo from Sunday laziness . . .

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Fujifilm X100F 365/Day 43

Nina by lamplight.

Shot at 12800 ISO, the lowlight capability of this camera is just fantastic. And I love the deep blacks of the ACROS STD film simulation.

dscf2497-xlISO 12800 / f/2 / 1/125s
23.0 mm (35.4 mm in 35mm)
JPEG – SOOC
Film simulation: ACROS STD

Fujifilm X100F 365/Day 42

Nina. She’s a little lost without Buddy. We’re all trying to adjust.

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ISO 6400 / f/2 / 1/500s
23.0 mm (35.4 mm in 35mm)
JPEG – SOOC
Film simulation: Classic Chrome

Fujifilm X100F 365/Day 30

I’m a bit late on this one. Yesterday was crazy busy with work, school and errands, but I did manage to snap this one of Nina while we were at the veterinarian to get her caught up on her vaccinations.

dscf2353-xl

ISO 6400 / f/2 / 1/250s
23.0 mm (35.4 mm in 35mm)
JPEG – SOOC
Film simulation: Astia Soft