Wednesday, November 3, 2010

a boy's best friend is his....

Thank you all for your very kind words; I was stunned with the level of response to my Mother's photo. I will reach out to each and everyone individually. Thank you again.

41 comments:

elsiee said...

OMGoodness whatta face!!

Lynette said...

Your photos brings to mind that old saw, a picture's worth a thousand words. Today's is perfect.

BrooksNYC said...

Awwwww! Looka dat sweet-eyed dawg!

Missed you, Ken.

Birdman said...

A very different image for you. And yes, in many ways, it is a 'dog's world'... Meow!

joo said...

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

Luz said...

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!

RuneE said...

A wide angled lens has many uses - nice!

Lori Skoog said...

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?

sonia a. mascaro said...

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.

BANJO52 said...

No argument here about best friends. Didn't know you were a pooch lover.

altadenahiker said...

Maybe Banjo didn't know, but I knew you were a pooch lover. That's the funniest and saddest expression I've ever seen.

Sharon Creech said...

Love that dog. . .

Butch said...

Look at those eyes and the expression on that face. What a companion.

RedPat said...

Nothing soothes the soul like a big wet nose and doggy breath in the face. Great shot! Super dog!

Costea said...

I'm very sad puppy.

Life Ramblings said...

great capture. i just love his facial expression there. have a good day.

EV Grieve said...

Hope that you are doing well, Ken.

ShutterYakLady said...

There's just something about a dog's wet nose that makes you smile. Nice shot.

P.S.
Happy to be the 500th!

Virginia said...

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

kenju said...

I'm sorry to read that your mother passed. May she rest in peace.

kenju said...

I'm sorry to read that your mother passed. May she rest in peace.

Jean Spitzer said...

Reminds me of a boy and his dog.

Wonderful portrait.

Stephen said...

He seems like a sweety... I hope he is a comfort to you.

Randy said...

Now that is a photo that touches ones heart. Great shot!

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

I have never seen such sympathy on the face of a dog. I'm sending a hug to you both.

lynnekovan.com said...

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

LD said...

This makes me think the world might be a better place if we all had giant noses

Kitty said...

oh you are very welcome, Ken.
I do hope you are feeling all right. Do take good care of yourself.

xo

Regina K said...

What a wonderful looking dog.

Rob said...

His attention is turned upon those in need. I hope you are doing OK during this time. Take care.

LD said...

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.

Xtreme English said...

what a photo! and what a dog!! pure love.

NYC In Photographs said...

What a cute dog! Nice photo.

Mr. Paparazzo said...

Nice doggie :) Seems happy.

sonia a. mascaro said...

How are you, Ken Mac?
Just stopping by to say hello and wishing you a good day.

Lúcia said...

Beautiful dog!!!
They're able to love unconditionally...

boromax said...

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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ascu75 aka Don said...

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 Don

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Brenda's Arizona said...

A girl's best friend, too!

senemcabuk said...

:))))))))))