The Face That Munched a Thousand Milkbones

not to
love about
a dog this soulful?

Eddie Sedarbaum gets credit for the portraiture at right, folks

Since our Sony digital camera went belly-up a few months ago, the only way that Eddie or I could get fresh snapshots of Lulu was to wrestle the squirming 67-pound dalmation into position in front of my iMac’s built-in Photo Booth camera (see the above left example of such exhausting dogplay in action)

Engineered as it is to accommodate consensual iChat conversers and occasional curious infants, Photo Booth cannot cope well with a recalcitrant canine who has no intention of relaxing for a portrait session while being hauled into view against her will.

But as of this week Eddie and I have at last secured an appropriate replacement camera (a Canon PowerShot A540, for the buffs among you) with which to document Lulu’s soulfulness at will.


About Howard

I'm a cartoonist and writer, best known for my graphic novel, Stuck Rubber Baby, and my comic strip from the 1980s, Wendel.
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