Meandering with camera…
Not a whole lot to say here….. 😉
My little old dog
at my feet
― Edith Wharton
Great captures, Gunta. Love the quote. 🙂
All is well with the world! Lovely.
Amazing how well they adapt.
Those photos make me wish that I could have a dog again. But, since I live alone, and I’m often gone for extended periods of time, it wouldn’t be fair to the dog.
That’s very wise of you. I know far too many folks who have dogs and don’t consider their needs.
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It’s the season. I just love seeing animals so incorporated in their human’s
lives, something that never happened with me til I left Brooklyn where neither dogs or cats go shopping or on subways or buses. With a life in the woods it’s a whole different story where you
are attached at the hip everywhere you go and it just moves me so much to see it.
I just read an incredible story about a Dachshund, I think it was, named Leo, in Serbia. I think he was
and a bronze statue of him had been made and placed in a children’s park.
Leo had given his life to distract and bite a very large dog to save a little girl being attacked.
The child was scarred but okay. The statue , quite beautiful of the handsome Leo, had something like Small things have big hearts written on it. So touching!
I never had a dog before I moved out of the city. Don’t know how I managed to ever survive without one. As the quote says: ‘a heart beat at my feet’!
the humans seem very obedient and well trained
The gal sitting down worked very hard to get the dog back up on the paddle board. She said it preferred to swim. Never did understand why she insisted on pulling it in and being sprayed as the dog shook off as a reward. Perhaps she was getting hot?
This made me smile Gunta! I remember you an Missy out on the water.. Have you been back?
Yep, been out kayaking, but Sissy was left behind in favor of the Canon. Can’t exactly manage both in the kayak. 😉
Oops, my apologies to Sissy, I have a friend staying at the moment and her dog is a Missy.. Glad you hear you’ve been out in the kayak though. Nothing like messing about in boats! 🙂
De nada… she gets called all sorts of things! 😉
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