My entry for this week’s Photo Friday: Reflection.
She’s too unruly to compete for “Best-in-Show.”
She’s too much of a lap dog to race after a dog agility title.
And she’s way too pretty for “The World’s Ugliest Dog” contest in Petaluma.
However, she’s perfect for cuddling.
Daisy is also my walking buddy. I tweaked my ankle during a long run. Now, I’m trying to nurse it back to health with an ankle brace. That means less runs and more walks around the lake with the dog. She loves it.
Feels like summer in Fremont. 83 Degrees.
Our rose garden is thriving the East Bay.
This is my entry for today’s Photo Friday challenge: Crimson.
My entry for the Photo Friday Challenge: My Window.
At Lake Elizabeth in Fremont: another sign of Spring. It looks like we have a new chick at the park.
This is my entry for Photo Sunday’s challenge: Ground.
A shot of birds by the lake at Niles Community Park.
My entry for today’s Photo Friday Challenge: Fleeting.
My wet commute home. I snapped this photo off the Embarcadero.
My entry for today’s Photo Friday challenge: Rain.
Lake Elizabeth has plenty of beautiful spots for photos. I spotted a field of daisies and thought of my dog. It should have been a quick shot with Daisy and the flowers.
But this is my dog. It was a bit of an ordeal.
First – I needed her to face the camera. Mark held on to her leash while I snapped away at our four-legged model.