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Description: Looks like the doggie is doing yoga and fell asleep in between asanas. Just catching a nap in the little bit of shade he could find, content and unperturbed by the world passing him by (or taking pictures of him).
Author: Kismet Nakai, Mumbai, Maharashtra
Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra
Year: 2009
Camera: Canon 400D

Dog in a Yoga Pose

Dog in a Yoga Pose

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6 Responses to “Nap-asana”

  1. robin says:

    The dog ssems so relaxed and at ease in his yoga position–see the eyes

    nice shot

  2. Meghali says:

    nice click 😀

  3. Chineleobi says:

    Hey! So here is some feed back on your amazing ctoenst Your ctoenst was GREAT and it was super nice of you to think of it and give us out here a chance to design something for Mighty Wallet!! And it is great you are taking our feed back not just the people you work with feedback. When I looked at all the finalist I was SEVERELY disappointed. I know that there is MANY MANY different concepts to art and I am open to all. But you have to be honest that some of the finalist were not art or designs in any way. Some might have been picked because they are funny they were not chosen from the set rules that were given and that sucked for us who really designed something. I feel like unless I took a photo of some stupid cat or a picture of something not even propped in a creative way I would not be taken seriously. Oh man but the few photos that did get in they are great! Those people put real time and effort in to it!!! Just wish the rules were kept to.Categories would defiantly be a great idea for next time: Photo, animals, computer made, etc. Then if you picked a certain number from each one, the finalist for the category, then either pick one from each one to win or what ever you feel is fit Categories would help.Diffidently follow the rules that are set.So I think that is all I got!! Thanks for making this blog and taking my input!!!!pEace

  4. Kabir says:

    Thank you Jo! Indeed it is these massive bales dot the hills in July. I was drawn to the leianr movement created by the hay bales and the tractor tire tracks in the grass.

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  6. Moussa says:

    were you on the other one’s BFF list (and OMG we sound insane here) berfoe? I remember several people, Juno and Esc trying to distract it, and though it might respond it always returned to certain people. Although a few reasons I doubt it’s the earlier one: 1) I actually had an exchange w/ it ages back (after the goat) and we made a peace. 2) This troll seems to know details – stuff that was in locked posts, which…whatever, locked on the internet is kind of like a little bit pregnant; but it means they’re either paying attention (creepy) or they’re on my flist.

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