While walking the dogs yesterday, we took a little break so Laurie and Taylor could practice with the volleyball. I put my new 40mm pancake lens to good use.
We met downtown to walk the dogs after work. We saw out first beaver of the year. He/She was a baby, really small. We’ll try and get back down there at dusk this weekend and see if we can see how many are in this years “litter”. The Heron let me watch him for a little while, no koi while I was watching. Taylor took the dogs pictures, with my 7D and 40mm.
The girls came down to see Laurie, since she spends most of the day flat on her back. The dogs really like the flat on her back part, they get to snuggle with her on the floor. Anyway, her are the girls enjoying the Easter egg hunt in the basement.
A sunset, a monkey, some dogs, and mr. robin redbreast. enjoy!
Sunday morning means sleeping in and snuggling with the dogs. Some Sundays the dogs want to sleep a little longer. We have a big west facing window and this morning it had some wonderful light.
Today I served as a chaperone for a field trip to Denver’s Science and History Museum. We had a great time. Most of the gem and mineral images were taken by my daughter, using my 7D.
My wife and I have cut our own dogs hair since our male english cocker used to come home with pink ribbons in his hair. She was not happy with me when I posted the shots of them last week in desperate need of hair cuts. So today, when she finished them, we got the lights back out and had some some fun. Well, at least it was fun for me anyway.
We’ve had Faith for about 8 months now. I think she doesn’t like me very much, the girls would tell you she has great taste in humans. I think it’s my “louder” voice. Tonight I continue to learn my new umbrellas and stands. Let me know what you think of these shots.