Monday, 30 March 2015

Picture This #296 ~ Puppy (Or Dog) Love

Congratulations to Heidi for her photo chosen for this week's banner. It's a very clear capture of the sculpture.

I also want to thank Anders for hosting this week with this topic. I am a dog lover. We were blessed to have two great dogs for pets. Their lives are short for us but those brief years are a lifetime for the dogs.

I had this black and white print taken with our Sheltie, Boz when our daughter was young. He was very good with the children. He must have felt protective of her.

Our last dog, Rosie was a mixed breed. She had a different temperment than the Sheltie but she had some endearing qualities. She loved laying in the morning sun in our kitchen.

This is my sister-in-law's black Lab, Comet. He is such an affectionate dog. We don't own a dog now so he is our endeared pet we visit.





10 comments:

  1. Sweet!

    Beautiful capture!

    "Can't I have another juicy bone? Pretty please?"

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  2. Hi Robert. Lovely shots for Anders' theme. Boz the Sheltie was a beautiful dog, and certainly seemed close to your daughter. Sweet shot of Rosie taking in the morning sun. Comet is an unusual name for a dog, but I rather like it!!

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    1. Boz was a beautiful dog and so mild tempered. Rosie was rescued and it took her awhile to get accustomed to us or rather we became accustomed to her. Comet is a big baby. Thanks for your comments.

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  3. Lovely pictures, Robert. The first is so charming, very warm. I love the dog in the sun. Comet looks like a smart and perky dog.

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    1. Thanks Benni They are all good pets. Comet could have been a service dog because he has the potential. He's attuned to humans' conditions.

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  4. Hi Robert! Coincidently or not, I notice you captured two black dogs and one black and white. The latter is a lovely shot. I like seeing pets together with human elements. I think the shots become more realistic...

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