09 October 2012

Gustavo is flying.

My friend Erika took this with her new camera lens. The lens is the size of Otterpop, which is big enough lens to get excellence of clarity of fast running dogs, but not big enough to show handlers' wrinkles. If you look closely, you can see that Gustavo has no teeth. So it can also be used as a dental lens. Having only 26 teeth makes him light enough that he now moves as a hovecraft when he runs across the top of the dogwalk, carefully touching down as he runs across the yellow paint.


Debbie said...

Fly, little guy, fly!!!

Elf said...

From Monty Python, I learned that a key phrase in Hungarian is "your hovercraft is full of eels." I hope that your hovercraft isn't. Although if he were, it might explain a lot of things.

maryclover said...

The lack of teeth definitely makes him more aerodynamic.