I used the crop editing feature, and then a "Fun Feature" called "spotlighting" to make the background disappear. Is it just me, or are there ghost images in the background?
This, of course, is the Legendary Tipper Sharpton. The camera is so sharp is caught the small piece of grass on the right side of his muzzle. And it makes the few white hairs on the left side look a LOT more noticeable than they really are. BTW, his eyes aren't blue, that's the camera's version of "red eye" with Tip's black eyes. If you look in the lower left corner of the pic you can see the tip of white on his right rear paw. All 4 paws have that "tip", that's how he got his name.
And, savin' the Best for last, here's the Boo Girl showin' off her Pretty Paws and new sleek hair cut in a pic the Dearly Beloved took last night.
Funny thang about those paws, she HATES to have them touched. Always has, ever since she was a pup.
I've got to figure out how to get rid of the "red eye" when takin' pics of the dawgs. And next time I'll try to get a pic of Boo's gorgeous Left eye, which is an Icy blue.
Hope y'all enjoyed lookin at these as much as we did takin' 'em.