Sunday, 6 July 2008

30° Celsius

This solitary backstreet boy found a solution against the heat in the slurry waters of a pond, whilst the other more sophisticated dogs on the leach of their owners watched him surely with envy.

15 comments:

Julie said...

What a tremendous pattern you have captured in the water! The dog appears to look a little guilty ...

Quite a whimsical image.

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LeenaM said...

The photo is decorative indeed and the dog seems to be very satisfied.
Our dog is coming every hot morning quite dirty and wet because my husband let her spring free and Kiki dog finds, of course, always some water, not so clean! And I wash her and the husband explains . . . .:)
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LeenaM said...

I looked at your post of The Great Crested Grebe, Podiceps cristatus, at least, I think, it is that bird. It nests also on our lake, but many times the wild minks or foxes eat babies, because their nests are so near a shore floating on water.
You have a perfect photo about this bird.

Steve Buser said...

Interesting wave pattern. And the dog looks to be solving the heat problem.

Blognote said...

Thank you, Julie!!

Thank you for your information, Leenam!! Dogs will always be dogs and how guilty they look when they come home!

Thanks for your comments, Steve!!
I find your photos about birds amazing!

Ann said...

A moment well captured. Interesting water pattern as well.

Blognote said...

Thank you, Ann!!

babooshka said...

What an interesting image. It is not obvious at first veiwing what it is. The water has a strange plastic like texture and the dog is indeed a picture.

有飾外出 said...

So Nice!
Different Eyes,Different View!

omami said...

wow!!!!!I love it!!

Blognote said...

Thank you, all!!

The D in D & T said...

what a champion! he does indeed look like he has been caught out! Great photo :)

Blognote said...

Thanks for your kind comments, d in d&t!!

Dina said...

The picture is so unusual. But what you write gives food for thought. Which is the happier dog (or person)?

Meead S. said...

wow! very good. The water, dog, reflection and waves on the water. Excellent!