You can find the most unexpected things while out on a walk with the dog.
Glorious sunrise this morning followed by more gloriousness while I was driving in (blinding golds and yellows reflecting off the clouds) and as I’m turning away from my car to walk into work I see this. “Ooooh, that’s interesting.” and pull out my camera. Next time I’ll get out the tripod too. It’s difficult to get bracketed shots by hand.
It’s finally cooling off, the clouds saw fit to mizzle on us most of the day and the temperature was finally in the range where it was pleasant to go for a walk in the middle of the day.
The dances done were:
Hopefully next month I’ll be able to spend more time dancing and calling than this time. Thanks to everyone how came out to dance and to Trinity Hall and the session players for the venue and wonderful music!
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Saw the cutest thing this morning while walking Chip.
A half dozen houses up from where we were this black and white long-haired dog (sorry, don’t know what breed) bounds out of a house, runs down to the end of the walk, grabs a newspaper in his mouth, turns a 180 on a dime and runs back inside the house.
Very smartly done and clearly the dog enjoyed doing that task for his human.
Yet another ralk with Chip, early in the morning.
I didn’t have my camera with me which guaranteed I’d see something interesting.
A cloud that looked like a duck. By the time we got back home and I grabbed the camera it wasn’t as strongly duck shaped but here it is anyway.
That evening we took just a walk – too bloody hot for anything else.
After completing a circuit around the pond we headed off across the field where I stopped and attempted to take a picture of my favorite puppy.
Little did I know he’d pick that moment do do his business.
“Really? You’re going to take a picture of me now?”