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Photos taken on my HTC Desire and Olympus E-1 mostly taken while walking my 10 year old rescued greyhound, Tim.

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Wet dog

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Just back from a very wet and windy walk, Tim waiting patiently for me to rub him down with a towel. He doesn't like being wet. The only people in the park today were people walking dogs. Or perhaps I should make that singular because I was the *only* person in the park - apart from two Council workers sitting in their van.
- Taken at 12:48 PM on May 27, 2009 - uploaded by ShoZu
27th May 2009, 13:10   | tags:,,,


TheOtherHalf says:

Hey, its looking rather smart over here...what HAVE you done?

27th May 2009, 21:03

cariadus says:

Just changed the template in the dashboard thingy. Don't know why I didn't choose this one before.

27th May 2009, 22:15

hildegard says:

Yes, he's definitely doing "patient forbearance whilst the staff get the towels organised" Own up - do you put his towel somewhere to warm ready for his return form particularly cold walks?

28th May 2009, 00:54

Earthlad says:

Well it was kind of cold dark n wet for 24hrs. And today its supposed to be hot n 21' .

28th May 2009, 06:33

cariadus says:

hildegard, yes, I must admit I do leave the towel on a radiator in the winter. Not at this time of year, though.

Earthlad, weather forecasters haven't been doing too well lately, have they? Monday was supposed to be wet and it was sunny and today it's supposed to be hot and sunny and it isn't - not here anyway (although at least it's not raining).

AF, dogs can say an awful lot without actually saying anything, can't they?

28th May 2009, 16:25

MaggieD says:

Small hallway or big dog ? ..... I really am getting to love the adventures of Tim Tim :)

28th May 2009, 17:51

cariadus says:

Maggie, both! Big dog in small hallway, more of a porch than a hallway.

28th May 2009, 23:16

silar31 says:

Aw yeah, our little smooth-haired dachshund gets that same look - he also hates to be cold and wet and it's hard to avoid getting wet when your little chest is only about an inch off the ground. He'll roll right over and let me dry his undercarriage, especially his "armpits" so he won't get a rash.

29th May 2009, 00:06

Caine says:

I like this. Great perspective and colours.

29th May 2009, 19:37

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