OMGoodness whatta face!!
Your photos brings to mind that old saw, a picture's worth a thousand words. Today's is perfect.
Awwwww! Looka dat sweet-eyed dawg!Missed you, Ken.
A very different image for you. And yes, in many ways, it is a 'dog's world'... Meow!
Ken, I missed your previous post and didn't have chance to say how soory I was for you! Let me do it now. Joo
Ken, te agradezco por tu hermoso Blog desde Argentina, te envió mucha fuerza y animo para que puedas superar este tramo doloroso.El arte fue en mi caso una especie de consuelo en momentos como estos.Un gran abrazo!
A wide angled lens has many uses - nice!
Good morning Ken Mac. It should be no surprise that people care about you at a time like this...hope you are doing well.Love the pup. Is he your best friend?
Good morning, my friend.I hope you are well.Love the photo of "a boy's best friend". I agree with you, Flora is one of my best friends too.Have a nice week ahead.
No argument here about best friends. Didn't know you were a pooch lover.
Maybe Banjo didn't know, but I knew you were a pooch lover. That's the funniest and saddest expression I've ever seen.
Love that dog. . .
Look at those eyes and the expression on that face. What a companion.
Nothing soothes the soul like a big wet nose and doggy breath in the face. Great shot! Super dog!
I'm very sad puppy.
great capture. i just love his facial expression there. have a good day.
Hope that you are doing well, Ken.
There's just something about a dog's wet nose that makes you smile. Nice shot.P.S.Happy to be the 500th!
Well I love that Budro. He looks a lot like my beloved Baxter. S%$# I'm crying KM. I'm giving yours a smoochie smooch. Oh, and a really big one for you too my dear sweet friend. I hate it that I"m not closer so I could hover and mother you a titch.V
I'm sorry to read that your mother passed. May she rest in peace.
Reminds me of a boy and his dog.Wonderful portrait.
He seems like a sweety... I hope he is a comfort to you.
Now that is a photo that touches ones heart. Great shot!
I have never seen such sympathy on the face of a dog. I'm sending a hug to you both.
Lovely face! Dogs are always in a good mood and up for a game. Just the ticket when you are feeling a loss. Sorry to hear about your mother
This makes me think the world might be a better place if we all had giant noses
oh you are very welcome, Ken. I do hope you are feeling all right. Do take good care of yourself.xo
What a wonderful looking dog.
His attention is turned upon those in need. I hope you are doing OK during this time. Take care.
You're welcome and my thanks to you for saying something. Losing a mom, as incomprehensible as it is, is something I guess many of us share.
what a photo! and what a dog!! pure love.
What a cute dog! Nice photo.
Nice doggie :) Seems happy.
How are you, Ken Mac?Just stopping by to say hello and wishing you a good day.
Beautiful dog!!!They're able to love unconditionally...
Terrific photo, and so many wonderful notes! Love "Luz" - "un gran abrazo!"Recommend to Ken and all: Dean Koontz's book "A Big Little Life" - which is a fabulous biography of his golden retriever "Trixie." You will love it!!
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give yourdog a hug from me or seeing as I am English maybe you best shake hands first off and a hug after we have been introduced. XXX DonMy Blog Promote Thanet
A girl's best friend, too!
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