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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Almost Wordless Wednesday

A Sweet Chocolate


A nose that knows


Searching for rodents


Up for air


Frost


Melt


Fall and Winter


Winter


A Beautiful Survivor

36 comments:

  1. Awesome shots!

    BUT I'm giggling -

    Wait 'til you see the last pic on our Thursday post -

    I just nose you'll laugh ;-)

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  2. Awesome Pictures! Thanks for sharing, Love that Chocolate Nose.

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  3. Great shots, as always. But I nearly tumbled out of my chair giggling when I saw the tail up in the air!

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  4. I'm a bit slow these days...a belated, but very happy birthday to R! It's been fun to learn more about him these last weeks. His mischief and spunk remind me of Miss Kona. I've sooo seen that spark in her eye during lizard hunts! What a fun boy!

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  5. What great shots. Love that nose.
    Benny & Lily

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  6. We will take one of those chocolates any day:)

    Great photos and captions.

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  7. Absolutely awesome pictures, especially K's nose! LOL

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  8. Have I told you lately that I love your photos. Very nicely done!

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  9. I doubt there's any sweeter chocolate anywhere! I hope that one day I can take pictures as beautiful as yours!

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  10. Beautiful pictires and beautiful words.
    The brown nose is my favorite, but then again I have a thing for those:)

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  11. KB,
    you take breathtaking photos!! i'm a complete sucker for close-ups of dog noses, btw. :)

    the booker man and asa's mama

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  12. I wish I had high speed. I am on dial up and so I only get to see two pictures!! They were wonderful!!!! You can take photos!!!
    Beautiful!!!
    XO, Bambi & Fern

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  13. Wonderful depiction of fall in the mountains, KB! Love the frost and melt especially.

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  14. It could have been a total Wordless Wednesday; these pictures are worth a thousand words and need no explaining! (OK, maybe except the one of R hunting for rodents!)

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  15. Kia ora KB,
    Just returned from some solo time in the mountains. Always love settling in and checking out your world. Happy birthday to R - hope it was a special day. That photo of a rump and tail apearing out of the bush my son Charlie thought looks like a brontsauraus rising up to check out the scene. I have to agree! Your photos in this post are stunning. Those mountains just call so strongly! And the micro shots just make me gasp.
    I was in the mountains for four days alone and saw no one, the weather was stormy and cold, so when the days travel was over I hunkered in a hut with a fire going and thought, read, wrote, and pottered about. One of my thoughts was that it would have been very nice to have a canine friend with me. Charlie agrees.
    Kia kaha KB!
    Aroha,
    Robb

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  16. That nose does know....You have some lovely shots!! The colors remind me of when we lived in Alaska, except for that lone and lovely survivor, typically the fall takes no hostages there!! Enjoy your Thursday!!

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  17. Your words are few, but perfect! Love that last survivor!

    Your pal, Pip

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  18. More breathtaking pics, and a gorgeous pup too!

    Holly

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  19. Great photo of a tail above the Rockies . Brilliant !

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  20. Beeootiful pictures!

    WOofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

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  21. absolutely gorgeous pics! I love the butt in the air, hunting for rodents!
    xoxo

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  22. Stunning photos as always! :)
    Kodi x

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  23. Looks like you had a fun time taking and playing with some photos!

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  24. Ahhhhhh! Just beautiful!

    Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
    Sierra Rose

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  25. K and R
    Ahhh finter.. my favorite season.. frosty zoomies in the morning and glorious fall in the afternoon.

    Umm happy belated barkday to R. I think we have the same zest for rodents. I could hang out with a dude like u.
    norwood

    PS- thanks for the response on coyotes. I am sometimes off leash at night and don't want to get lured in.

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  26. So here I am trying to get Ma to type a comment here for you, and she is too busy drooling and wishing wistfully for chocolate.

    Typical!

    Happy Friday!

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  27. Wow! What a most beautiful postie! It made me very, very happy!

    Wiggles & Wags,
    mayzie

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  28. Love the Frost and Up For Air photo...R looks like a little puppy, while K looks deep in thought!

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  29. And sometimes last survivors shock us at their resilentness to being trompled on or, in this case frost bit, and still survive.
    I guess somethig protected it?
    How gorgeous.
    I can feel the frost melting,,,
    I can feel what your photos show,,, and the sweet chocolate nose,,, the sweetest nose of all.
    love
    tweedles

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