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FRIDAY NIGHT DOG BLOG – ON MY SELECTION March 6, 2009

Posted by wmmbb in DOG BLOG -.
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Selecting photos for a compilation is, I find, more difficult that taking them. Digital photography encourages quantity rather than quality.

So I thought I would give a hint as to why I took them and decided to include them here.

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I never cease to be amazed as what I do not see. This area will soon be a memory. It is the first view we have of what is before us:

 

Sasha seems to have a pride in her bearing, which I have never quite seen before:

 

There are many different complexions to Dexter’s outlook:

 

Whatever porblems there may be, there is no problem with Sasha and Dexter getting along with each other:

 

Sasha’s enthusiasm for getting out is undiminished. Dexter is less demonstrative. Walking is one form of exercise for all of us.

 

“Hine E Hine”, a song from across the Tasman Sea, is sung by Hayley Westenra and Teddy Tahu Rhodes (who also sings at the Sydney Opera House):

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This week we will again run to join Friday Ark at Modulator before they leave port, and hope to join the crew and passengers.

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1. Col - March 10, 2009

I so agree on how this digital age results in quantity rather than quality… although one must remember… there is also that handy little delete button. 🙂 I for one, so enjoy your photos and your dogs and your walks. Your photos have me come along and get me out of the snow for awhile. 🙂

2. wmmbb - March 10, 2009

Despite the delete option, I still end up with a lot of photos. Nice to know that they have a positive effect.

What I am trying to do with the photos is hopefully giving a sense of the place where I live. I have to say that I do get that overall sense from your pictures Colleen with the advantage that I do not have to experience the temperatures.

Thanks for the comment.

I thought you might like the Maori song?


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