Offensive. One of those words that has more than one definition. It can be an attack - as opposed to defensive - or it can be used to describe something that's somehow insulting. In this case, I'm using it in both ways.
I wrote a little while back about how my dogs tend to shun me when I try to take pictures of them. One turns away her head while the other simply turns and walks off.
So, for the most part, I've given up dog pictures for the time being. Unless I can catch them unawares. But I still take my camera along on our walks to take pictures of whatever else might seem photo-worthy in the woods.
In my BC (before camera) days, when I took the dogs on walks, my attention was basically reserved for them. I might be pondering great blog posts or mentally making a shopping list, but to their way of thinking, I was at their beck and call at all times.
Nowadays, if I see something that has any photo potential, I stop, fool around with settings, haul up the camera and, as they used to say, give it the old college try.
In the first AC (after camera) days, the dogs would come up and stare. We're ready to move on now! What are