Weekly Photo Challenge: Two Subjects

Weekly Photo Challenge: TWO SUBJECTS; the question is, if those honeymooners remain subjects or become some objects to each other, especially if a cat and a dog are combined. I wonder, if the dog will learn some cat behavior – or the cat maybe starts to bark after a while?
Honeymooners
photo for the “weekly photo challenge” community of dailypost / wordpress – picture was shot by FrizzText, click on the image to enter his flickr photo collection…
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http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2012/04/13/weekly-photo-challenge-two-subjects/

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88 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Two Subjects

  1. Great capture for the challenge! Love it. : )

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  2. Perfect for the challenge. I love it.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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  3. Depends on how old the dog is – can’t teach an old one new tricks but this pair certainly do look content!

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  4. That works. And they posed perfectly for you too!

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  5. How cute. The kitty has the night beamers already on!

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  6. Nando

    This picture made me smile. They look like two buddies taking an interest in the world of us humans.

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  7. Love this photo frizztext!! Great for two subjects!

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  8. very cute subjects, perfect for the challenge!

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  10. They’re just hanging out in the window, watching the world pass by.

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  11. LOVE it. Looks as if they hang out often…maybe meet for lunch. πŸ™‚

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  12. Beautiful animals.

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  13. I love this photo, so cute!

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  14. This may still be my favorite photo of yours. I really like these “honeymooners” and odd couple.
    http://creativityaroused.wordpress.com/2012/04/13/weekly-photo-challenge-two-subjects/

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    • I would like to add to your large BUDDHA statue: yes: Without the caretaker in the photo, we would not be able to get a perspective of how large Daibutsu is!
      P.S.:
      We saw two sculptures in North Korea, grandpa & dad KIM xy, also very large, yesterday in TV …

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  16. They are so cute. What a charming photo.
    I have two dogs and two cats, they all get along,

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  17. The button says ‘Like’, but I love this picture. Their expressions are so intent. Great post for ‘two subjects’.

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  18. Cool! Love it! πŸ™‚

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  19. It is cute but those cat’s eyes kinda freak me out a little…actually a lot
    http://jobryantnz.wordpress.com/2012/04/14/weekly-photo-challenge-two-subjects/

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  20. My favorite photo… it always makes me smile. πŸ˜‰

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    • to your photo with crow and seagull:
      I like how long you watched with empathy the life conditions of the crow: β€œβ€¦even when several of the seagulls yelled at him to move on, he kept coming back for food. He had a friend or two in the crowd…”

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  21. They look like good friends!

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  22. love those friends frizz πŸ˜€

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  24. Sonel

    I just love this photo! Stunning entry Frizz. πŸ™‚

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  25. liz2you

    Probably best friends, but know their boundries.
    Liz

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    • hi Liz,
      your comment: “Probably best friends,
      but know their boundaries…” fits for
      sure also the shot below,
      just kindly sent to my group BLOG IT:
      Tranquilino y Petronila (Motica)
      title=”Tranquilino y Petronila (Motica)”
      – photo by barloventomagico, click on the
      picture to enter his flickr galleries!

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  26. They are nice friends forever. πŸ™‚

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  27. loved the way they are looking πŸ™‚

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  28. Aw, this is adorable! πŸ™‚

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  29. I have enjoyed this dog and cat as “Two Subjects” before here, and enjoyed them again today. Sitting in that window together is so typical of one of my dogs and my cat!

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  30. They’re posing for the camera. πŸ˜€

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  31. They are adorable and look like they are the best of friends/

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  32. Old friends, they’re the best…http://wp.me/p1Bz9K-aR

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  33. Irresistibly cute. These two know how to pose well on camera. Beautiful entry.

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  34. Love it! Two different subjects that are thought can live with each other. Opposites. We as human race have a lot to learn.

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  35. Jackie Paulson

    You always have the perfect photo’s for the challenges.

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  36. I love this photograph! Great to start the day seeing those two friends!

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  37. When Trompie meets his cat friend he starts to be more catty than doggy! Lovely two subject

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  38. I remember this one which is saying something considering the sheer number of photos in your arsenal Frizz! A fav and good challenge entry!

    http://latebloomerbuds.wordpress.com/2012/04/15/wordpress-weekly-photo-challenge-2-subjects/

    Margie

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  40. dog and cat, two behaviors combinations. fantastic! πŸ˜€

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  41. interesting (click on the picture to enter the blog of “theurgetowander”):

    = a great tribute to Cappadocia, Turkey: “Early Christians hid in these caves to evade persecution by invading Romans. These are still in use today and some have been converted to beautiful little hotels and homestays…”

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  42. Cassie

    They are so cute πŸ˜€
    Greetings, Cassie http://cassiemeetsworld.com/photography/?p=1307

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  44. Oh how cute! πŸ™‚

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  45. This is one of the best captures for this week’s challenge!
    Just lovely compositions, expressions and everything!

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  46. interesting too:
    http://mostlymonochrome.wordpress.com/2012/04/13/weekly-photo-challenge-two-subjects/
    frizz-comment:
    they can’t understand each other, those who serve in an uniform, with focus on duties,
    and on the other hand, those without any uniform, free, earning much money using free will …

    click on the picture to enter the blog of “mostlymonochrome” …

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  47. Hahaha…
    I almost feel like they are expecting something dramatic to happen…
    πŸ™‚

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  48. Perfect Frizztext! Appreciate the shoutout πŸ™‚

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  49. Two of my favourite subjects! Love this

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  50. Cassie

    Hey Frizztext. It’s me again. Consider yourself tagged! If you want to play that game, please follow my link: http://cassiemeetsworld.com/photography/i-got-tagged-twice/

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  52. I don’t know about a honeymoon, but they make a most engaging pair! πŸ™‚

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  53. beautiful take on the challenge! (and i love, love, love that dog. i would take him home with me in a second! he is adorable! :D)

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  55. thirdhandart

    Great capture Frizztext! If a dog and cat can hang out on the same window ledge, maybe the human inhabitants of Earth can find common ground too. πŸ™‚

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  56. I love these two little darlings. They are precious. I think the cat would be the bossy one. The marriage would not last. HAHAHAhahah …. too funny. An interesting concept you propose, Frizz.

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  57. What a cute couple they make! Love it!

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