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Last week's photo of Sophie (that received more +1s than any other photo I've ever posted) gave me the urge to look through my older photos of her. I took the photo below when she was about 2 years old. She's about 6 years old now.

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Pain de Campagne

First bread of the new year! This is a rustic boule from  Peter Reinhart's excellent recipe in "the Bread Baker's Apprentice". Now I need to pre-burn the calories on the exercise bike while it's cooling...
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My Dad went through a period where he was really into baking bread, so I'm familiar with the joys of baking ;-)
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Anti-Camera Sophie

I haven't taken a photo of my Golden Retriever Sophie for ages. I'm sure she is happy about that; she is not a fan of taking pictures. Seriously, she could teach an anti-paparazzi class for celebs. She humored me this time, though she only gave me a couple seconds before she turned her head and walked off. Stupid photographers.
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Haha... the look pretty much describes what you said about her. :))
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As we drove back to King's Pool Camp in the evening our guide spotted fresh lion tracks in the dirt not far from camp. Just before dinner he offered to take us for a night drive to see if we could find the lions.

After driving for about 20 minutes in the pitch dark night, our guide spotted the reflection of their eyes in the red light of the spotlight. They were incredibly relaxed and didn't seem remotely concerned with our presence. We were parked just a few feet away, almost uncomfortably close given that we were in a safari truck with open sides and top.

After dinner we could hear the lions roaring as we lay in bed. They were only about 200 yards away.

I used a Nikon D600 with a Sigma 150-500 lens with optical image stabilization. All of the video was shot hand-held. I have no idea what I'm doing with video editing (or shooting) so don't expect much :)
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+Frank Walsh saw the image I posted of Rudyard's Pub and remembered a photo he took that looks very similar. Both were taken at night, with very similar color palettes, and it turns out we took them only a few days apart in December 2011. Excellent photography and even better memory!
 
+Ethan Anderson's recent post inspired me to repost this image, also taken in 2011. It seems we were shAring some form of inspiration!
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I took this photo of a Black-Backed Jackal on a night drive in Zimbabwe last year. This is one of those photos that I quickly dismissed as too blurry, but I kept coming back to it so I decided to post it. I had about one second to snap the photo while bouncing around in a safari truck with a big lens, so it's amazing it came out this clear :P
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Sophie Silhouette

She is definitely a winter puppy. She blends right in to the brown winter foliage. Of course Golden Retrievers were bred for that, but it still amuses me that she is so well camouflaged.
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Very pretty pup!
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I love this photo; very well done!
 
We had a long, nice walk this morning, at -16°C...
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+Izak Du Plessis and +Tony Hake both had the same idea today. I was scrolling through my stream when I found two adjacent posts with images that were remarkably similar, though they were taken thousands of miles apart. Both are excellent images, one of a Coyote in Colorado, the other a Black-Backed Jackal somewhere in the southern part of Africa. Links to their original posts are below since I can't reshare two simultaneously.

https://plus.google.com/103127694450233139229/posts/DmthEMwt44W

https://plus.google.com/113048777758834330663/posts/8MBtNJH4UME
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That goes to show that although we are on 2 different continents the animals are similar where the eco systems are similar.  Maybe Gondwana Land started it all?
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As we drove back to King's Pool Camp in the evening our guide spotted fresh lion tracks in the dirt not far from camp. Just before dinner he offered to take us for a night drive to see if we could find the lions.

After driving for about 20 minutes in the pitch dark night, our guide spotted the reflection of their eyes in the red light of the spotlight. They were incredibly relaxed and didn't seem remotely concerned with our presence. We were parked just a few feet away, almost uncomfortably close given that we were in a safari truck with open sides and top.

After dinner we could hear the lions roaring as we lay in bed. They were only about 200 yards away.

I used a Nikon D600 with a Sigma 150-500 lens with optical image stabilization. All of the video was shot hand-held. I have no idea what I'm doing with video editing (or shooting) so don't expect much :)

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Rudyard's Pub

I took this photo on this date in 2011. This is one of the best, cozy pubs in Houston. I took this hand-held with my trusty D700. Still a great camera.
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The drunken bread is good, and the fried chicken is excellent. The house wine is good as well. It's usually a bit loud, but it fits the ambiance.
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Under new ownership, service is ok.
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