“Hey, get off your laptop and pay some attention to ME!”
Took this shot of a gulf fritillary while on a hike with Ivan, our rescue dog. Here is the notation: all prior shots of this species in 2020 were taken in our backyard where the wings were tattered–this newest one, about a mile from the house, doesn’t have any wing tears. And kudos to IvanContinue reading “Gulf Fritillary with Notation…”
Ivan wouldn’t budge when he spotted a poodle walking along the surf. All I could do was pull out the cell phone and click.
Took this shot of Teddy yesterday in celebration of her positive outlook on life. She doesn’t follow the news, a reason, in part, why she’s in an up mood most times–Fourth of July fireworks to the contrary.
Our rescue dog, Ivan, continues to enjoy his new surroundings. Took this photo yesterday of him “smiling” and that famous black tongue. He’s a chow-chow/ husky mix learning about life from our two older rescues, Molly and Teddy. Never a dull moment. Socks on the floor will be chewed!
Teddy (right) picked up a perfect stranger at the beach to practice her elaborate dance moves while Molly (below) ran away from a sunset.
Yesterday was special for what was on camera as well as off. First, I took Ivan for a hike with my camera and tripod, hoping to capture the dynamics of the marine layer that has been hanging over Point Lobos in the early morning hours this week. I was prepared for Ivan to pull theContinue reading “Morning at Point Lobos…”
Teddy, the smallest and oldest of our three rescue dogs, likes the top of the stairs as a place to check out the world. Below her is Ivan, the youngest and largest of the pack. He wants to be near the door in case it is walk time. Molly, the highly intelligent one, waits forContinue reading “Three Dogs and the Stairs”
Our dogs don’t watch the news, one reason why they go about their business as always. Their agenda is eat, sleep, sniff and play. They haven’t run off leash, save for sprints in the backyard which isn’t very big. When Covid-19 passes, we’ll return to their stomping grounds in the sand, but for now weContinue reading “Dog Days…”