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The ingredients for a perfect November walk photograph: a dire corgi, some slush for him to roll around in and get all wet and muddy, some ornamental winter berries, and weather warm enough to walk in sandals as the year … Continue reading
Much is said of the direness of the Dire Corgi’s ears, but you have to admit that his tail is rather dire too. (Dire corgi photographed from across the yard on the other side of the fence with the new 55-300 … Continue reading
Halloween is coming soon, and some of the pictures I took on a recent car club weekend seemed to reflect the spirit of the day. This dog is a real sweetheart.
I’ll be back to my own imaginary town where the fall winds blow and the burning bushes glow against the storm blue sky and dire corgis lurk in every corner. Eventually.
Ever have a day where you messed with a lot of stuff but nothing quite got finished? Then you know what you need a photograph of a dog sitting by a curb with a Sony VHS videocassette recorder. (We often … Continue reading
The dire corgi, posing at sunset on the neighbors’ porch … in black and white for extra artisticness.
Today, August 13th 2015, will be remembered as The Day the Dire Corgi Tripped Over a Garden Hose and Fell Into the Koi Pond. The koi: deeply alarmed. The dire corgi: pleased with himself and at peace with the universe. … Continue reading
After a walk on a hot day, there’s nothing better than to flop down on your belly on the cool kitchen floor in an air conditioned house. Keen observers will notice this is not my house, but a dire corgi … Continue reading
In my phone’s picture roll today, a cat may not look at a king, but accidental positioning made it seem like a dog was looking at Budai, or Ho Tei, the folkloric figure people call the Laughing Buddha. Kekionga fans … Continue reading
I am preparing my first Cubeumentary (Cube-O-Mentary), depicting the construction of our new sidewalk as seen through the fisheye lens of the Polaroid Cube toy camera. So please stand by– the Cube-O-Mentary will only be seen here! (Once the sidewalk … Continue reading