Trouble wallowing in the cool grass at de Koevend Park in Centennial, CO
Action Dog® in Thrilling 5-Shot Action Sequence®!
… a budding red maple (I think) in the forest at my university.
… leaves in a trunk felled by logging in the forest at my university.
… on a log in the forest at my university.
Trouble the Blue Heeler enjoys the morning sun
This is Trouble. He’s very happy at the moment.
Australian Cattle Dog rolling in the grass
… well, drops, actually, not bubbles.
… a patch about two inches in diameter on a rock in Deerfield, New Hampshire, USA.
… of the bark of an old, crumbling birch tree. This is an area about two inches across.
… at a friend’s house in Deerfield, New Hampshire.
… early this morning outside the front door of a friend’s home.
… well, no, of course. Bark.
when I was in elementary school in Colorado, I was introduced to the idea of a state flower. ours is the Columbine, I was told. being an Army brat, I had never “owned” something from a place I lived. never had something to identify with. and now here, on one spring day, I was given a flower as my own, as a way to know myself.
… in a debarked log in the forest at my university.