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Tag Archives: dogs
Sleeping off a cold, while the dogs in the kitchen are shredding a dishcloth. (I thought about adding an illustration, but the remains, spread out across an unswept kitchen floor, were not photogenic. Unlike the perpetrators, but I don’t want … Continue reading
March snow. The old dog Wanders in a figure eight; Does pretty good job.
Best treat name ever. (In one pound “pack leader”size!) And the intended consumer, my little *dire* wolf.
A partial portrait of someone who would much rather be playing in clay than posing for a photograph. (Hint, there is a reason why his nicknames include both “Nose” and “Tail”. ) Or maybe it’s just a picture of … Continue reading
The dire corgi trotting through the first snow yesterday, with a watercolor effect. (Experienced photographers will already suspect what is going on here– full notes at the end of the post.) (For photo geeks: yes, you guessed it, there’s … Continue reading
Black Friday has worked its evil magic, and I have acquired a new and very inexpensive Device. More on this Device as I finish assembling it– it is going to be a Productivity Device– but so far it connects to … Continue reading
Fifteen years ago today, we brought home a Cardigan Welsh corgi puppy, black brindle with one white ear. It was a very wise thing to do.
While cleaning some of the junk out of my phone’s photo files (chorus: why in the world did I take a picture of that???), I found this extremely worthwhile image. What could be so profound and significant than a closeup … Continue reading
Among the many great treasures in the echoing maze of galleries that make up the Field Museum in Chicago, my very favorite is the little canopic jar*. That’s because the head that makes up its lid, which is supposed to … Continue reading
I’ve never actually played Pokemon Go, but I think I saw a tall blue one this afternoon while walking the Dire Corgi. I didn’t catch it, and neither did the dog.