Posted on 30 Nov ’12
Only a couple of photos from walks with Maggie these wonderful early winter days. Not much else to tell and not much need to.
Even though the light fades quickly, I enjoy the all day photography friendly light. Looks like Maggie likes it, too.
Thanks, Paul. Maggie just likes riding in the car and going for walks…she wouldn’t care if it was light or dark.
Hope that you enjoyed the walk as much as Maggie did!
Steve, I don’t think I enjoy the walks more then Maggie, but I’m a close second.
I like both of these, Earl, but the one of Maggie is outstanding.
Ken, thanks. I’ve collected a lot of photos of Maggie on these walks.
I like that image of Maggie, she is attentive and ready for what there is to discover or smell.
Hi Monte, Yes, Maggie has all senses on full alert during our walks. She’s fun to watch. Have a great weekend.
This reminds me I should take our dog Willow through the woods more often, and bring my camera. Most often we are just walking the suburb, and I don’t find very many photogenic things to spend pixels on.
Mark, I walk maggie a lot in a suburban setting but those time we head to the woods and I can let her off the leash are the absolute best. There’s something about following her down a wooded path…she never lets me lead!
Maggie looks quite regal. What a perfect setting for a full length portrait of her. You know how much I am drawn to the second one. What a gorgeous color palette. A good outing for everyone, it seems.
Anita, Maggie certainly thinks she’s royalty, but then she is a product of my own making. With all the attention she’s received after Foster’s passing this previous May she’s bloomed into a wonderful confident loving member of the family. We have some good times together.
That’s a wonderful portrait of Maggie, I love how you’ve captured her attentive and kind expression. And the lighting is just outstanding! Thank you for sharing that beautiful moment.
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