Underwater Dogs

Category:  BloggERy
Monday, February 13th, 2012 at 12:43 PM
Underwater Dogs by Jay Stevens
Seth Casteel

Okay, I'm as big a sucker as the next guy for cat videos and pet pictures as the next Internet junkie, but I don't usually post links to those things. After all, it's not like they're being neglected or anything. Someone else will carry that load, I'm sure.

But every now and then I stumble on something that's so remarkable, I feel compelled to share.

Thus, Los-Angeles-based Seth Casteel's amazing Little Friends Pet Photography website. Seeing is believing. The photo above is from Casteel's "Underwater Dogs" gallery. He's got more galleries of dogs, cats, and probably the cutest picture ever of kids with a pet.

Still, I'm drawn again to the underwater dogs, with ferocious teeth exposed and bulbous, startled eyes scanning the underwater world. It's a place where dogs still look a little untamed. 

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