Post a high resoluition photo of a DM42?

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Re: Post a high resolution photo of a DM42?

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toml_12953 wrote:
Mon Mar 18, 2019 5:53 pm
Walter wrote:
Mon Mar 18, 2019 9:11 am
toml_12953 wrote:
Mon Mar 18, 2019 2:19 am
Of course I had to say, "Et two, Brutus?"
Hmmh... I'd suggest either "Ate two, Brutus?" or "TV QVOQVE, BRVTVS?"
Well in the King's English (does anyone speak that any more?) the past tense of the verb "eat" is "et" instead of the American "ate". :geek:
I saw it stated that "ate" is pronounced like "et" in (original) English but never have seen it written this way so far. A quick search in the web didn't bring up that spelling either. :? Though "et" is quite popular with Latin origin. Just for curiosity, can you give any solid evidences supporting your claim? I must admit I know only Queen's English for decades...
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Re: Post a high resolution photo of a DM42?

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Walter wrote:
Mon Mar 18, 2019 9:29 pm
toml_12953 wrote:
Mon Mar 18, 2019 5:53 pm
Walter wrote:
Mon Mar 18, 2019 9:11 am

Hmmh... I'd suggest either "Ate two, Brutus?" or "TV QVOQVE, BRVTVS?"
Well in the King's English (does anyone speak that any more?) the past tense of the verb "eat" is "et" instead of the American "ate". :geek:
I saw it stated that "ate" is pronounced like "et" in (original) English but never have seen it written this way so far. A quick search in the web didn't bring up that spelling either. :? Though "et" is quite popular with Latin origin. Just for curiosity, can you give any solid evidences supporting your claim? I must admit I know only Queen's English for decades...
You are quite correct. For the first time in my life ( :lol: ) I have made a mistake. I spelled it as it was pronounced even though the King (King Alfonso, I think) spelled it ate.
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Re: Post a high resoluition photo of a DM42?

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The important point we're all missing is that Brutus probably slobbered all over the remaining cracker.
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Thanks Tom, this is my first dog. I decided on a Sheltie after doing a few of those "which breed is right for you" websites. Every one had a Sheltie in the top 3. Plus I remember a friend when I was a teenager who had one. Lovely little dogs. So far so good, she's almost 7 months old now and "almost" fully toilet trained. Now that it's cooler I can leave her outside longer during the day. Less risk of snake bite.
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Re: Post a high resoluition photo of a DM42?

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ijabbott wrote:
Tue Mar 19, 2019 12:05 am
The important point we're all missing is that Brutus probably slobbered all over the remaining cracker.
It still tasted good! :o
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Re: Post a high resoluition photo of a DM42?

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Here's a low resolution photo:

Image

The high resolution version of this (4000x6000 pixels, taken with a DSLR) is here.

Edit: I might re-take those when there's more ambient light so I can close down the aperture a bit and get a better depth of field.
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Re: Post a high resoluition photo of a DM42?

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grsbanks wrote:
Fri Mar 22, 2019 11:43 pm
Here's a low resolution photo:
Sans dog slobber.
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ijabbott wrote:
Sat Mar 23, 2019 1:51 am
Sans dog slobber.
Yeah, but you might see human slobber on it :o
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Re: Post a high resoluition photo of a DM42?

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grsbanks wrote:
Fri Mar 22, 2019 11:43 pm
Here's a low resolution photo:

Image

The high resolution version of this (4000x6000 pixels, taken with a DSLR) is here.

Edit: I might re-take those when there's more ambient light so I can close down the aperture a bit and get a better depth of field.
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I wonder if anyone as a model with a correct "EXIT" marking.
Mine is also deformed as well.
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