Saturday, June 6, 2015

TAILGATING PAW-TY TIME!


I'm always looking for a good time,
just ask my guys!
Where ever we visit I make a point of inclusion ~~
(all you teachers know what inclusion' refers to)


I use my beacon tail to signal that I'm here ~~


the thickness / colour / curvature


send out to everyone around that 
I am in charge
so if you can handle it
come on along ~~


I am dreaming now.
Dreaming of my romp the other day with 2 Doodles.
Check us out below!


Do you see our connection!?!
3 tails standing tall
3 different colours
3 different Doodles
~
We had a blast
swimming
and
literally Tailgating each other.
(OK, hand over Mr. Orangie,you!)

18 comments:

  1. LOL! Cute post today, Sophie!
    Lovin' the lake and the violets near your nose!

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    1. Sophie always finds some flowers to caress her nose.

      I'm sure if she had time at the lake the other day she would have sought out some woodland gems too!

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  2. Photo #1, print and frame, a real beauty, both the photographer and model combined to be picture perfect. Pity Mr O was held by someone else in the party mode!!!

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    1. Sophie was sitting at one end of this garden path with myself at the other. I crouched down low with my telephoto lens and clicked. In order to have her give me a straight on face shot I said "Maggie, where's Maggie?" (Mim's dog!) She was more than willing to reply with this look!

      Thank you very much sweetie Sophie!

      All the best Jean!!
      Ron

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  3. Loved this whole post, Ron! Your header looks like a tapestry, and I agree with Jean, Photo # 1 is a beauty! I'm counting the days to see you all!!!!!

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    1. Thanks Louise re:tapestry effect. I was playing around with a few effects and this is what I came up with........not expecting it in the least to look like a tapestry. So many offerings for one to choose from and all of the sudden this is what one gets!

      You can see I have been captured by digi-editing and IT WON'T LET ME GO!

      I succumb to their demands. Jim says I'm easy!

      Ron

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    2. I would love to have time to do digi-editing! I'll have to pick your brain later!

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    3. By all means, Louise!! Anytime!

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  4. The top shot is indeed wonderful - a serious side to Sophie we don't see to often. The acer is beautiful too - such delicate fresh green leaves! And that last shot of the three doodles - I love the look on her face as the other doodle trots off with Mr. O!

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    1. The white Doodle soon after dropped Mr. Orangie after Sophie threw "the glance of shame". Sophie always manages to have the ball dropped in no time flat or a tussle ensues!

      Such is Doodle Life, I guess!

      This particular acer is a Japanese Maple called Waterfall. Very green all summer and then a solid yellow in the fall turning to brilliant orange at the end. Love this plant so much.

      Cheers!
      Ron

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  5. The white doodle is getting one very seriously look from Empress Doodle. It would make me so happy if we lived near each other... but YOU'D have to move because it's way too cold there!

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    1. What a great idea, Mitch! Wouldn't that be so cool!

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    1. Humans are always clicking their cameras around, almost like the Pawpawrazzi!

      Winks!

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  7. A Doodle party! So much fun. And how nice that you share your toys, Sophie, especially Mr. Orangie.

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    1. "Learning to Share" is the theme of my party, Marfa!!

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