Patiently waiting for her owner
Most people with dogs in Whistler park their dogs in front of a restaurant or a food place, and go in…
Not with this dog, she’s so well trained that she didn’t move even when I came close with my camera and with my dog in tow. She must have identified a kindred soul in my dog. My dog has the same stance as this dog. Instead of tilting the head, which is common in dogs, she sticks her ears out, straight. My dog does the same, except that his ears are much longer and larger.
My problem is that after all these years, I have never been able to take a photo of him with his ears out, almost like the wings of a bat. As soon as I move my camera, my dog, aka the chicken, goes and hide.
Camera: Canon EOS 7D ISO 100 and 1/500
Lens: Canon EF70-200mm f/4L IS USM @121mm and f/7.1
Processed with Rawtherapee 5.6: https://www.rawtherapee.com/