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Photo Prompt: Hamish

Photo Title: Hamish © David White - A Year In Photography
Visit his blog site to see additional photos.
The photographer lives in Chester, North West England, and
specializes in finding his own unique interpretation of the natural world,
with occasional experiments in lifestyle photography.

Photo used with permission from David White.


Anonymous said...

What an adorable little creature. It's difficult to be bold at times--I know this from experience. Oh! little one come out of the shadows and let your gaze define your magnitude!
Excellent post Nancy!

Ever Yours,
Clayrn Darrow

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

Clay, please leave a poem sometime as you are leaving bits and pieces of poetic lines and I want to read more:)

Anonymous said...

I'm no poet.Just a traveler.

Every Photo Tells A Story said...


Faith said...

Scruffy one eyed
so still a stare
straight through to the heart
none other can see as much with two.

WHY said...

What a sweet rag-a-muffin:) I love the shadow on the lower right of this photo, it highlights his right eye. I want to give him a smoooch on his nose:)

Ruth said...

Images are powerful, what a nice blog you have. Thank you for your kind visit to synchronizing.

Anonymous said...

i love what faith wrote "none other can see as much with two." being an absolute dog lover i believe not only do they "see" better than us, but they "feel" better. my dog knew when i was depressed before i did.


Sarah Copeland said...

Peering from one eye,
he lowers a scruffy head;
You be my master?

Crafty Green Poet said...

Hamish was my favourite teddy bear in his little plaid suit and I can never quite take seriously anyone else's claim to the name, whether elderly neighbour or squinting scruffy dog....

Meandering Michael said...

Don't you...
...remember me?
I know that you've seen me before.

Didn't you...
...see Return of the Jedi?
(Yes, much better than Episode 4.)

No, I...
...I wasn't an Ewok.
Don't worry, I've heard that before.

I was...
...I was your puppy.
The one that you used to ignore.

I was...
...I was your puppy.
Abandoned on the cold theatre floor.


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