Monday, September 9, 2013

Morning stroll


After days of rain, sunlight felt thrilling! Also, apologies for the top of the tree being cut off, it was the best I could do as my arms kept being tugged by a wiggly dog (below - her name is Kona, a 6-year-old English Springer Spaniel we recently adopted from a rescue group...she's been wiggling ever since:).
{wiggly dog, wiggly car, wiggly phone snap}

24 comments:

Petrea Burchard said...

Kona! She's lovely. I think she's very happy to be with you.

cieldequimper said...

So you aren't the only one to have enjoyed the sunlight then!

I imagine it's nice not to have a wet dog for a change!

Bonjour Kona !

llandudnopictures said...

Looks like a gorgeous place to take a walk with your dog, she looks very happy!

Seraphina´s Phantasie said...

A marvelous shot of the early morning Sun in the first Autumn days...
Best regards, Synnöve

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger (大哥) said...

What a funny shaped tree! I sometimes try taking photos with one hand while holding my daughter in the other arm - also quite tricky!

Duncan In Kuantan

Andy said...

English Springers are a kid friendly dog.

Lisa Gordon said...

Kona is just beautiful, Jude.
I am so glad that she has found a wonderful home.

a.s.m. said...

Buena foto a pesar de que las sombras
han quedado muy negras. En mi opinión
que el árbol quede cortado no tiene
tanta importancia como el de las
mencionadas sombras.
(detrás de las sombras siempre hay algo)
Saludos, Ángel

Tanya Breese said...

oh kona is adorable! and i know how difficult it is to try and take pictures with a wiggly dog!

Peter said...

Can imagine kona's delight (love the name btw) at that beautiful park like landscape to bound in, my tongue would be out too.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Awww happy dog!

Norma Beishir said...

Looking forward to seeing more of Kona here!

Small City Scenes said...

Lovely morning! What a happy wiggly dog you have. She will be a lot of fun. MB

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Kona is wonderful Lulu, how lucky she is to be rescued by Mr L and yourself..I foresee many a lovely squiggly walk through this park.

Kaya said...

Lulu, you don't have to show the whole tree. Your tree looks excellent and touching because the sun tries to find its way through this big and dense tree. Very beautiful picture!

Kona is a such beautiful girl! I am so happy for her that she found a home. She is a very lucky girl. And I am glad that she is six years old. For older dogs more difficult to find a home. I adapted my dog Tasha when she was also six years old. Right now she is ten.

We with Tasha sending our greetings to Kona and our love:)))))

EG CameraGirl said...

Kona looks like a sweetie. Wiggly but sweet. :))

Catherine said...

How wonderful to add such a happy pretty dog into your home and sharing her with us! I can imagine you snapping both shots with Kona moving about all around you... that's love :)

William Kendall said...

Who's a good dog? You are!

LONDONLULU said...

Thanks for all your kind words (both re: photo & dog)! Kaya, how sweet to hear that about Tasha - both myself and Kona are saying/barking hello back!!

Jack said...

I am so jealous. LOVE your new English Springer Spaniel. She looks like a liver and white dog, unless that is a quirk of the lighting. I had a black and white English Springer Spaniel for seventeen years. Toby. I sure miss that dog! (But, these days a dog doesn't work with my life style.)

Randy said...

Nice light.

Hilda said...

You forgot the wiggly tree!

This just made me wiggle in delight. So happy for Kona! Bless you.

LONDONLULU said...

Thanks so much - Jack, what a sweet story. Toby must've been a wonderful companion and very much missed.

Gunn said...

Kona, means wife in Norwegian:)
Anyway, now I´ll think of your beautiful voffy and the beautiful morning image you have posted.

Greetings from Stavanger (daily photo.) Also on fb.