What doggie could resist a snowdrift?Lovely weather!
Oh I loved that snow silence!ALOHA from HonoluluComfort Spiral > < } } ( ° >
Dos bonitas fotografías, destacaría por composiciónla segunda foto, me parece muy buena.Debería tener mayor tamaño, quizá, invertiría el orden de las dos imágenes.Un saludo, Ángel
Sigh, despite the cold, I am mightily jealous. The first shot is a gem!
Snow in the city always looks it's best for the first few hours. I had a Springer and they are the best dog around kids.
Wonderful photos with the snow. I wish, we could have a little bit of snow. We have grey days...Best regards, Synnöve
I know it looks cold but, it also looks very beautiful. I think dogs just naturally love the snow.
Looks like Kona loves the snow Lulu.. I have a feeling I would too :) Very sweet shot.
Love that Kona's rich brown coat goes so well with the landscape and architecture of Princeton :) You're brave souls to be out in the bitter cold - but looks like it was well worth it!
Excellent shots! I like the cold but that's too cold for me. So it's nice to enjoy your frozen photos from the warmth of my house. :-)
I am sure Kona enjoys the snow and just being outdoors. I want to say hello to her. She is so wonderful! And I know her story and that is what makes her very precious.I love these pictures. The snow is white and fresh. The pictures are very pretty.Lulu, thank you for writing about Philomena. I am going to watch it soon.
I just love freshly fallen snow!
Our dogs always loved snow, too!
You have a little more snow that we have, but we also have the same amount of frost.A snowy landscape is beautiful, but I do not like the cold.Good night
So sorry you lost your snow-walking gloves. Neat shots!
I envy you for the gorgeous snow!!!
-15 C... I haven't seen that in a long time. You're brave to even make it outside! Super shot:)
This is my first comment here.Our dogs always love snow!!I love your pictures!!!
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