Postcards from the Dog Park, a new occasional video series from http://www.DogExplorer.com - comments are moderated! Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/dogexplorer - In this episode we feature some test images we shot on an overcast day at Arroyo Verde Dog Park.
Dog breeds featured in this video include the Australian Cattle Dog, aka Queensland Heeler and Blue Heeler, English Mastiff, Vizsla, Golden Retriever, Boxer, American Pit Bull Terrier (briefly), Border Collie, Border Collie-Aussie mix, and an adorable Rottweiler (rotti) puppy.
There are some great action shots, funny dog play moments, and, of course, a puppy. Two puppies actually. The giant English Mastiff is also a puppy.
All photos captured with a Nikon D70S camera, shutter speed of 1/1000th, a Nikkor 24mm lens, ISO at ASA 800, and white balance to cloudy.
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Travel to Australia and visit Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, The Great Barrier Reef, Ayers Rock, The Snowy Mountains, The Blue Mountains and more in this film inspired by this amazing country and nature herself.
Music by Trumpet Thing (Need You) and Paul Dimension (Breeze) both from the Buddha-Bar Series.
Many thanks to all the amazing photographers in the Flickr community who have made this possible.
Compiled by Xeibo
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The 5th One Day International cricket match between South Africa and Australia was played on 12 March 2006 at New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg. The match broke many cricket records, including both the first and the second team innings score of over 400 runs. Australia won the toss and elected to bat first. They scored 434 for 4 off their 50 overs, breaking the previous record of 398-5 by Sri Lanka against Kenya in 1996. In reply, South Africa scored 438-9, winning by one wicket with one ball to spare. The match has been acclaimed as the greatest One Day International match ever played and has been referred to as the "438 match" or "438 game" in the media.