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Love and Wonder

By Relic01  
This was taken the other day while shooting the recent barn uploads. While it may/may not be a decent picture, it is significant to me. This may well be the last image of Knight and our wide ranging adventures due to him being diagnosed with degenerative discs in his lower spine. Prognosis is unclear at this time.
To me, this image captures the essence of "frozen in time", which is one of the strongest draws in photography.

Tags: Landscape Pets and captive animals Loved ones County 6 Winter 2017

Voters: ossca, dawnstorr, Chinga and 8 more



Chinga Plus
12 116 3 United Kingdom
14 Jan 2017 9:08PM
Enclosing the dog really works in this fine image
Isabel GrinGrin
Spkr51 6 United States
14 Jan 2017 9:43PM
Great shot *****
Relic01 11 8 Canada
14 Jan 2017 9:57PM
Thank you.
14 Jan 2017 10:37PM
I think Knight in the wilderness is a strong image and provides a wonderful memory.
MalcolmM Plus
17 2.3k 5 Scotland
14 Jan 2017 11:10PM
Like the image, like your words. I can relate to them in so many ways - dogs like Knight are special. Our last (of four) black labs had a similar problem - he is very fondly remembered, & missed.
Best wishes, Malcolm
Relic01 11 8 Canada
14 Jan 2017 11:17PM
Thanks Malcolm. They do get "under our skin" don't they?
Relic01 11 8 Canada
14 Jan 2017 11:18PM
Thank you Chrissie3

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