Pet Photography - Telling a story, find a way around the obstacles, just follow me

January 10, 2020  •  6 Comments

We recently have been blessed (at least my viewpoint) with some cooler weather!  Yay - wearing pants and not sweating!  That's prime weather for going out for a walk in the woods.  Just one catch, cooler air usually means that we recently had a downpour of rain leaving water puddles and muck to deal with on trails.  However, I have been promising Jimbo (my senior well behaved guy) a walk in the woods - so off we went to Lettace Lake Park.  After turning off the concrete path and onto the nature trail area - I see this.

My first reaction is to turn back, if there is all this water at the beginning, it's probably going to be worse as we walk along.  Jimbo's first reaction is "Nope, we are going this way - and I'll show you how".

A younger dog might have either considered going through the middle of this or looking back at me to ask how one should proceed - but Jimbo is experienced, he knows what to do.

Are you coming?

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Comments

Lynda Mowat(non-registered)
Jimbo is definitely experienced, and very wise! I just love the way he encourages you to stick with him. So precious!
Jackie(non-registered)
Those photos of Jimbo looking back to check on you are precious! Lovely location for a walk, minus the water but he's a good boy so that works for you <3
Tracy Allard(non-registered)
What a terrific reflection image, I love the composition of it! Great job!
Kelly Middlebrooks(non-registered)
I'm a little jealous of the green! Everything is white where I am. Good dog, Jimbo.
Elaine(non-registered)
I love the photo with Jimbo's reflection. My dogs always want to drink out of the puddles. Great series.
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