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^^^^^^^WOW! Stunning^^^^^^^^


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Taking the thread title literally. I couldn't help be be a smart ass.



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Taking the thread title literally. I couldn't help be be a smart ass.


Ok, yes, chuckled Smile


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Taking the thread title literally. I couldn't help be be a smart ass.



I think you're a little dyslexic ... The title says
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Let's See Your Smartphone Photos


Not ... Lets see photos of your Smartphone


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Sorry about the "Flower Photo Re-Post" but when I saw the two flower images I looked around and haven't any flowers to use for a snap of so I pulled an old goodie out from my archives. Inspired by a great Guns and Roses thread started here in the Gallery by one of our own Wink Actually it's just one of those lucky images that you snap off that turn out so much better than you ever expect!



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Sorry about the "Flower Photo Re-Post" but when I saw the two flower images I looked around and haven't any flowers to use for a snap of so I pulled an old goodie out from my archives...


Nothing wrong with sharing a great pic again, every now and then one turns out that you just really like! Smile


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An early winter, off-leash romp on a fine crisp day.



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^^That pup is definitely "Livin' The Dream"!^^


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^^That pup is definitely "Livin' The Dream"!^^


She can be a diva at times too lol.


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October, 2018-newlyweds posing, Zagreb, Croatia:



Church, a few blocks away:



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At heart I guess I've always been a "dog person" having a few in my life. My last two were my golden retriever and my irish setter. I just get way too attached to animals and when my setter Caine and Sunny my retriever went the way over the bridge I just got too affected, heart sick. Caine died in my arms of a seizure and that sealed the deal along with my heart. It's been many years without any pets until recently my wife brought home a kitten that was the remainder of a litter and was headed for the pound so my wife grabbed him up as a companion for me. I found I still get so attached even now. I'm just always going to be a sucker for animals. Even a small runt of a litter has wormed his way into my everyday life and I guess in many ways helps me thru some stuff to boost my interests. I'll always have a special place for the pups. Thanks for posting yours Newf and Bama (though I'd like to see more of Gunner Buns face Wink) Here's an old snap of my beloved setter Caine, he was an amazing dog, happy, intelligent, and keen insight. He always knew a way to cheer me up when I had long hard days at work, always a smile it seemed!



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At heart I guess I've always been a "dog person" having a few in my life. My last two were my golden retriever and my irish setter. I just get way too attached to animals and when my setter Caine and Sunny my retriever went the way over the bridge I just got too affected, heart sick. Caine died in my arms of a seizure and that sealed the deal along with my heart. It's been many years without any pets until recently my wife brought home a kitten that was the remainder of a litter and was headed for the pound so my wife grabbed him up as a companion for me. I found I still get so attached even now. I'm just always going to be a sucker for animals. Even a small runt of a litter has wormed his way into my everyday life and I guess in many ways helps me thru some stuff to boost my interests. I'll always have a special place for the pups. Thanks for posting yours Newf and Bama (though I'd like to see more of Gunner Buns face Wink) Here's an old snap of my beloved setter Caine, he was an amazing dog, happy, intelligent, and keen insight. He always knew a way to cheer me up when I had long hard days at work, always a smile it seemed!



I hear ya on all the above, have owned dogs literally all my life and I'm no spring chicken anymore. They know when you're having a bad day and are just great all round companions - never easy seeing one go though, that's never going to change either. But hey even the Pope said "all dogs go to Heaven" Smile .


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Most of you folks are so lucky to be able to have such beautiful changes of seasonal colors. This is our winters...and spring, summer and fall color..

My front yard Roll Eyes



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My oldest got her first archery lesson on Friday.
Got lucky & caught an arrow in flight:




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^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Looking at the photo I can almost hear the bow going "Twang!" Big Grin Very cool..


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New puppy we got from the shelter.

 
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