This is Max, he is our husky cross he is a very special dog. From what we know he was in the Yukon in one of there animal shelter for some time then he was moved to Grande Prairie, Alberta, which is where we got him. Right from the day we got him we knew we were going to have to do a lot of work with him. He can be a great dog I love taking him hiking, I don't have to worry about him running off (at least not to much) and he helps to find animals that I may have missed if not for him (look for some of these photos). But he still has issues he can't be left at home without me or my wife. We also can't leave him in something like a cage or pen he freaks out and tries to find a way out to the point of breaking out he is in or hurting himself. We have found that with a underground fence we can leave him outside for a short time, we have a large yard out in the county. So a little bit about this photo, the photo was one of the first photos that I took with one of my Granddad's old camera lens using a dumb adapter (meaning no commutation between camera and lens). I love using this lens to get a really cool vintage look. I really love the small field of view and the light hitting his eye. the eyes really poll you in and make you want to know more about whats going on here...
This was taken with the Canon t6s and the Super-Takumar 55mm f1.8 lens
shutter speed 1/20