To cheer us all up on a Monday here is our crazy pooch.
He is a delight, a faithful companion and of course crackers!
And after tearing up and down he likes to drink from the birds water…….
Popping in real quick today to share this series of fun photos in the spirit of my One Little Word®. When I decided to delay going into work because of the surprise snow fall I grabbed the camera and caught a sweet doggie having some fun.
Not the best photos, that’s why I needed to practice taking pictures in the snow (it throws the exposure out) but still fun ones….
Needless to say that pristine and beautiful snow-covered garden is now trashed with his antics!
Left to his own devices he’ll come up with all sorts of ways to entertain himself. Like helping with a little DIY.
Look he’s found a screwdriver.
Testing out the sturdiness of the handle before em-bark-ing on the task….
Thinking he better disappear with it before someone ruins his fun.
Yep pretty sturdy handle.
After a spell of chasing him round the garden he gave up his little chew toy and settle for the good old piece of pipe.
Really that pooch!
Three little words – give me that – send him into a crazy puppy frenzy of naughtiness. Anything he thinks you want is instantly his most favourite and he won’t give it up without a fight.
See me? I got your string.
Still got it.
This was actually the second day of the string fun and I came prepared with my camera this time. The only difference today was that the green luminous stuff had previously been attached to Gav’s woodworking project but it snapped so instead of leaving us a criss crossed trail of string to re-wind he was running free with it.
Or stopping for extra tease value only to launch himself off down the garden the moment you got too close.
Oh! The fun he had.
Mine. All mine.
Unless of course you entice him in for a treat, then it’s like what string?
I am sure if he had any thoughts in his head, apart from walks and food that is, his next one would be to get the camera out of his face! I just can’t resist that little nose.
The shot below didn’t enlist the macro function of the 100mm lens but you can still get pretty close up.
I liked the almost over exposed light in these photos too. Must remember that.
Such cuteness withough even trying.
And finally, this one was using the macro……
Oh life is sweet every day for that little dog. Well, unless it’s raining or a firework goes off.
But in the garden it usually is a stick or a ball and he is ‘A’ okay with that.
Especially a ball that may have bounced over from the boys next door…….