Break dancing isn’t just for people any more…

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Photo credit:  Unknown

NOTE:  I believe there are two dogs here. It looks like a dog’s muzzle and nose on the belly of the Airedale rather than it’s “you-know”… but I just have not been able to figure this one out. If there are two, where are the other four legs? Sure a couple may be hidden behind, but all four? That and/or Photoshop may have helped hide some legs.  Thoughts???

After publishing thought… the more I look at it, I am pretty sure I can see some Photoshop editing where at least one leg may have been. I also think the boom box was added in after the fact, too. Well, regardless, I love this image and kudos to the creator!

8 thoughts on “The Parting Shot for May 21, 2012
  1. manipulated to hell and back… but very funny nevertheless!

    • Yeah, I thought so, too. Especially after I really started eye-balling it. Of course I never believed the dog was break-dancing. They did a pretty decent job, though, as the shadowing is fairly close. That’s one of the most important touches that so many people don’t think about adding. Everything has a shadow (well, except for night time without any lighting.)

  2. Reblogged this on Dots Of Color and commented:
    That’s cool!

  3. Hilarious! My daughter is going to LOVE this!

  4. LOL – I don’t really care whether this is photo shopped or not, because it’s just really funny!!! 😀

    • I think so too. That’s the fun of photoshop… you can make funny pictures. Of course a dog doesn’t break dance. And they don’t ride “Dogati” motorcycles or jet skis or fly planes like the ones I have created.

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