Intimate Portraits Reveal Amusing Facial Expressions Of Skeptical Dogs

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German photographer Elke Vogelsang (previously) has a knack for capturing expressive portraits of our canine friends. Her latest series features “dogs questioning the photographer’s sanity,” as they grimace, roll their eyes, and generally look miffed. We can’t help think we’ve done something wrong!

h/t: mymodernmet, mashable

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