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Last School Post

As the term comes to a close, I have been asked to post my favorite photo from this term. This is a tough decision as there might be a few thousand photos at my disposal. But being the dog person that I am, there is one photo that stands out from all the others. I was sitting at home with one of my best friends, and my dog, Shotzi, wandered up to her and just plopped down in front of her. My friend began to massage and scratch Shotzi, and I noticed the face she was making. PURE HAPPINESS.
Shotzi, a Boston Terrier, aged 12
My photo skills from the beginning of the year were decent, but not great. While they have improved (I finally figured out how to change my ISO!!) I still have a long ways to go. Fortunately I have a lot of opportunities to improve my shots.

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