Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Forum
Camilla had suggested some people might want to do another assignment and this was one idea. Here is a link to where she explains it.
Some of you are great editors so we look forward to seeing what you come up with. I volunteer to have Camilla explain to the rest of us how to do this : )
OMD, what an image!! It's almost enough to make me want to hug it : ) It's hard to believe such a scary creature could be so beautiful.
WOW!! WOW!! WOW!!
Wow! I passed up a Jellyfish exhibit thinking it would be........ uneventful. Looking at your photos I regret that decision. Wonderful. Who would have Thunk? Not me.
I find so much beauty month to month in this group. I do look at things differently. But ohhhh I can't stop seeing OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO right now.
Go for it next time Joanne, they are like creatures from another planet and soooo peacefu. Unless your in the water with them :O
I think they are all fantastic, but the jellyfish one is sure unique! Super cool!
Awesome....especially the jellyfish!
Ok, bear with me...last year Texas experienced a horrible drought and we are now seeing its devastation all over our big state. At our neighborhood park -- the park that Knox thinks is HIS -- there are at least 13 big oak trees that did not survive. It has made me really sad as the park used to be very shaded, and while many trees withstood the lack of water and extreme heat, the loss of 13 is very noticeable. I'm not sure how to tell the age of a tree, but I know they are native and were probably here long before Bryan was founded in the 1860's.
Last week our city grounds crew began chopping the dead trees down. I have stayed away for a few days but took Knox there today, along with my camera. It took the first two shots to show you our beautiful park now:
...and my favorite...
That last log is shaped like a heart :) I like the one above it too, all the squiggly life lines. Very cool photos Doris, but very sad about the drought....
Thanks, Gina! We've received some rain lately -- today, in fact!! Something we used to take for granted now makes us do the "happy dance," lol!
Glad your rain came, we are sweltering in 111, 112 degrees. Can't wait for Fall already....
I truly don't know how you do it.