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Ive been lurking about your photography forum for some and I love what I see. I love photography and outdoor websites such as Fishing MN seem to draw photographers that are interested in the same subjects as I am.

I am neither a fisherman nor non-fisherman, merely an outdoorsman who sometimes goes fishing. More than anything else, I am a bird hunter - you'll start to understand when you see how many of my pictures are of my dogs!

Here's a couple recent ones of those mutts:

My GSP Toby:


And my Chessie, Sadie:


I was planning on doing a quick PE with this post, but I've ran out of time.


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Welcome to the forum. Glad to have you here and sharing such great pics! Keep 'em coming!!

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Welcome! I look forward to many more of your photos.

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Welcome Outlaw Torn! Glad you decided to share some of your work with us. Really nice looking dogs and photos of them!

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