Comet Head Shake | Foster Dog | New York
Comet has become quite the fixture at our house. He has been a long term foster at our house. At this point in time it seems he will live his entire life with us.
He is a pretty good dog, but has his issues. He doesn’t always get along with other dogs. At least he doesn’t get along with a couple of the dogs that live with us.
This can present challenges. But I try to focus on the positives the situation creates.
The fact that Comet doesn’t really get along with our other dogs means when we spend time with Comet it is one on one time with him
We can focus on him and he can focus his attention on us if he so chooses.
With our other dogs our attention is almost always split between them at any given time.
But with Comet it is almost always one on one time which is a different type of experience when you are used to a multi dog household.
Just watching one dog and spending time on them solo is a unique experience and creates a different kind of bond.
When Comet is outside he is often off on his own doing something or other. This makes it pretty easy to photograph him in his exploits.
I love this photo of him just standing in the yard. Shaking his head. And being generally adorable.
I like how the slower shutter speed allows for the image to show visible movement of the ears and parts of his face as he shakes his head.
Photo Details: Nikon D500. Nikon 60mm f/2.8. Focal length 60mm. ISO 400. 1/500 sec. f/2.8.