2/07/2012

Inside all of us is a wild thing...

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...some just show it better than others.





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Linking with the theme 'Free & Easy' for Texture Tuesday, using Yesteryear



14 comments:

  1. What a fabulous photo. I love it.

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    1. thanks (helps to have such a photogenic subject) :>}}

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  2. Fantastic photo! Beautiful light and your use of the texture was perfect.Your quote goes so well too.

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    1. This dog is such a *watcher*...she is constantly giving one the eye in that way but I've never been able to capture it before. This time, she was two rooms away and my telephoto just happened to be on the desk next to me. Timing. Thanks for the kind comments, Dianne, and for stopping by!

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    1. Many thanks, Carol...I happen to like it very much myself since I caught something about her that I haven't been able to before...

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  4. doesn't look too wild to me, cool and beached out i'd say

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    1. There is that side too...however momentarily it may last.

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  5. Awwww! Puppy! :)
    Great shot Miss Sweet Pea!

    On another note, your reading list caught my eye ... have you read "The Art of Racing in the Rain"? If you haven't, you should!

    See ya next Tuesday! ;)

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    1. Just Jen ~ oooh, thanks for that book recommendation. Have been over to the 'zon's website to learn more about it - bingo! do you have my number or what?! I think it will be a sad read, but I can't resist what one of the reviewer's stated: "Never one to dismiss a book about dogs, I eagerly dove into this tale of love and devotion between a man and his dog...from the dog's point of view. Countless times I have wondered what thoughts run rampant within the walls of my own canine companions, so I was delighted with the authors creativity as he began the narrative from the viewpoint of an elderly dog."

      Yes, see you Tuesday!

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  6. Stunning play of light in this. Wonderful!

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  7. light was bouncing off the floor like crazy, a perfect "kicker" as they used to say in the biz. Do you see that one very long eyebrow hair, pointing up towards the right? Never even knew she had that! Thanks for your visit.

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