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Today’s photo essay is an explanation of the challenges Hu-Dad faces capturing usable photos of us every day in our race to the top.
Our normal story structure is an introductory sentence followed by a photo, then a paragraph, photo, paragraph, and closing photo (usually with a punchline to make you laugh). But we’re Siberian Huskies. We aren’t predictable. We don’t like routine.
And that’s today’s point.
Hu-Dad’s job is to capture three or four photographs a day of us to share with you. It sounds simple enough, but he says we don’t always cooperate. For example, yesterday morning, he sat on the steps coming up from the yard to capture images of Landon doing his jumping and leaping in his race to the top. He set his camera to fire at the fastest possible speed hoping to catch 2 or 3 non-blurry images.
So, of course, Landon didn’t race.
Enjoy today’s photos. (Note—You can click on a photo to start a slideshow. That might help with today’s story.)
So, yes, we have about a hundred photos of Landon’s “race” to the top.
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