Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Let It Snow, You Have No Other Choice

Note when I try to do something, two little dogs also want to get into the action to help me. We are always on the hunt together, but it makes it hard to sometimes find that shot I wanted. In a number of these photos you will see how a little dog gets in my first footprint shots and one of leaf swirls made by the wind blowing leaves and stems in a circle in the snow. Below is a frozen river, the intense cold has slowed it's flow for a few months. After that is a capture of the hills and valley I posted last blog from across and farther down the river. Next Daisy gets a return ear cleaning by Sicily the cat. It's been a long winter, out on the prairie.











Note the circles made by the winds blowing the leaves in a circle. Never got a good shot.








13 comments:

  1. Daisy and Sicily are adorable, too precious for words.

    Those circles in the snow remind me of winter -- it keeps going round and round. Lots of snow until around one o'clock, then sun out and melting snow. More snow Sunday. But we're getting off easy compared to your prairie weather. Talk about brrrr cold!

    And, hmm, didn't realize beige could have a hint of gray. Do you have a particular color name I could reference. Hub's not all that wild about basic beige (although he'll go along with whatever). Maybe a hint of gray would do it.

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  2. Your dogs emit such joy! Thank you


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
    =^..^= <3

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  3. In that first picture I think the dogs were just trying to make the point that they will always be right there in your heart....lol

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  4. It's been a long winter so summer is going to seem so so good when it gets here. Trust me!

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  5. brrrrrr....it really looks cold out there. Love your photo buds.

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  6. Nice wintry set. I really like that next-to-the last shot.

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  7. Love the title today! You got excellent pictures.

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  8. That's pretty deep snow for those two to navigate but they do it well. :)

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  9. Steve, your traveling companions show us how much fun snow can be and also how deep the snow can be to little dogs with shorter legs. Enjoyed the shots of everyone having fun...maybe not so much for the ear cleaning.

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  10. That first photo just proves that your pups have walked into your heart. ;)

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  11. Long winter indeed. I'm sick of snow and we don't even get any. the little dogs look like they are almost tunneling through. nice shot of yourself Steve.

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  12. The sky and snow shadows are so blue! Lovely shots.

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