“We’re going for a walk,” I call to John as I clip Hector to the leash. Hector is the new dog. He’s figuring the street out—analyzing smells at posts, cocking his head at distant barks, growling at squirrels and rabbits he can’t chase.
My street is wide with no sidewalks, few cars. The curve past the two small ponds is a wonder of colored sun on water. The reflection of the sensuous plants and flowers, the shadows of the thin, tall trees, the breeze in the high leaves. . . I know why Hector wags his whole body with delight when I ask him, “Want to go for a walk?”
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Amazing photography! I’m glad you visited my blog because it brought me to yours. Cheers 🙂 Irina
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Great resolution and a perfect composition – its great when it all comes together!
These are stunning!
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Such a beautiful shot of a lovely animal.
Immediately made me think of my own dog, who gets uber-excited as soon as I say “walk.” Even on the days I don’t really want to walk, his excitement motivates me to go.
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Superb, love this!
No wonder Hector is excited about the walk 🙂
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the bird photo is amazing. And I love your grass photos too!
OMG, it’s beautiful. You must be so clever to capture the moment without disturbing the bird. You’re great!!!!
Thanks for the comment, and for visiting. Actually, this heron seemed to like getting his picture taken and posed for me for a few minutes before taking off!
Oh, that’s cute 🙂 I love nature so thanks for all your beautiful pictures, they’re precious.
Excellent scenery! Can you put a leash on me the next time? 😉 Much love and naked hugs!
What an interesting walk that would be!
Yes I have to agree with Dawnasong, the picture’s amazing.
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Beautiful just beautiful! !
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