Thanks Julie. Been thinking about you a lot this week.
Wow! So peaceful.
I’m glad you thought so. I love those photos a lot.
Greta shot…love the morning fog.
Thanks Slim Doggy! I wish I could claim morning fog (because we do get it often in the mornings at the dog park, but in this case it’s actually dirt kicked up from the road after a car went by. 🙂
I smiled even before scrolling down past the fog to the running dogs! Thanks so much for coming by my blog. It is wonderful to meet another herding dog enthusiast.
LOL! I am so glad to meet you Bethany. Yes. I am a big herding dog enthusiast. I love Corgis, BCs, Shelties, and Collies among others. 🙂
Cool pics…you must live at that dog park…I have to get mom to take us there again one of these days!
LOL! We do go there often Miss Emmadog, but not this week. I think my dogs are missing it. Would love to see you there!
Morning fog is always so mysterious looking buy it also gives the land a fresh new look.
Very pretty shot!
Nice. Looks like a lovely morning at the park.
Great shot, even if it is road dirt! LOL. I thought it was fog too!
I was going to ask if that was fog, smoke, or dirt! Has it been dry there? We had a dry spell here and after every walk I had to dust off the dogs’ legs, and also my sneakers! We finally got some rain though. I love the photo of the two of them looking like twins, one leading and one following!
Lovely, peaceful pictures 🙂 These two are beautiful, one leading while the other follows along behind just to make sure everything is okay. My old boy used to do that too. Never wanted the toy really, just wanted to be a small part of the play.
Loves from Miss Xeva and I 🙂
Very beautiful and moody shots!
Thanks for visiting my blog. Glad you enjoyed Jimmy’s silly faces. He makes me laugh every single day!
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