Monday, February 25, 2013

Words One


It's A Dog's Life


 
So you look on the right second floor, and see a dog in the far right apartment with three windows.
 
 
I hope to see them soon
 
 
 
 

18 comments:

  1. :) You MUST come do a little feature on Europe, Steve!

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  2. Beautiful heart in the sand.
    I love your "chauffeur" !

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  3. Miss Lily been driving long??Hahaaa...too cute!
    Love the heart too!
    hughugs

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  4. I love the colors in that stained glass window; and, of course, it's always fun to see Lily. I wonder how she would have responded if that doggie in the window had come out to play. :)

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  5. A fine example of photos and art. I really like the last sculpture.

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  6. Nice little glimpse into your life over there. Love 'it's a dog's life'!

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  7. I love all your shots. I'm a little concerned about Lily though. Shouldn't she wear her seat belt when she's driving?.....lol

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  8. HI Steve, That's a nice group of designs in your first several photos.

    That's nice that Lily can help you drive... What a good doggie!!!! ha

    Love the painting.

    Have a great day.
    Betsy

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  9. Does the last centence in this post mean that you will be going on a road trip, Steve? Looks like Lily is all set for a trip too.

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  10. I wonder if Mill Lily can teach my son to drive?

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  11. Quite an expose of your recent travels and interests. You certainly are an eclectic person! I really like that you are!

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  12. Seeing your travel photos is the next best thing to being there. Thank you for sharing!

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  13. Nice images and such a talented Lily to go for a drive!

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  14. A great post and Lily looks like she's ready to drive you home. Great catch for the dog in the apartment window too.

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  15. That Lily is just too darned cute.

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  16. Oh -- is there a move to downtown in your future? :)

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  17. Ultra lights are very nice on those warm summer days. Still the neoprenes allow me to be comfortable in the water in Minnesota March and Montana snowmelt. My ultralights were purchase at Cabelas and have held up for almost twenty years...:)

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