A childless person who may have difficulty relating to humans might shower attention on a domesticated animal such as a dog. Such was the case with my West Highlands White Terrier named KaCee.
Although it was poorly trained it appeared to manifest a high degree of intelligence, watching tv, barking at animals it saw there, observing human tasks performed, as if it wanted to comprehend what was being done.
It was a much loved dog, receiving affection that couldn’t be expressed to people.
Several galleries selected from A Dog’s Life follow. Click on a picture to open a gallery and cursor through.
Made it this far! Finish line is in sight.
Made it this far! Sign should say Colorado Walker.
Bandana on, ready to walk.
Dog of the Day.
None for me Dad? 😦
Click through the zooms and look at FurrBall’s face and icicles. What’s not to love?
f/7, hardly a portrait aperture. (Bigger, smaller number, is better I’m told.)
f/20. NOT right for a closeup either. I was shooting mtns. from Dillon Starbucks.
In between landscape shots again, walking near North Pond Park, Silverthorne.
Zoom close enough on the right eye and you can see the photographer kneeling to take the photo. Ain’t photography grand?!
19 Sep 2013.
Overexposed: ISO 640; 55mm; 4 EV; f/4; 1/160.
Better exposure, probably didn’t need EV setting but learning. Overexposed: ISO 640; 55mm; 1 EV; f/4; 1/160.
A dog compilation in my future.
The lake is beautiful today.
Ahh… smell the roses, or whatever happens to be nearby.
Number three and final:
Our dearly loved little girl passed away during surgery for a liver tumor. 11 years young, we never expected to lose her so soon, as Westies often live to 14 or 15. M’lady said and I concur, ‘our hearts are broken’.
15 Nov. 2005 – 21 Dec. 2016