Blending In

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Foxy likes to hide out sometimes when she feels the need to be alone.  Can we all relate to that?  Uh-huh!

Here she is under my desk, trying to blend in, looking out at Daisy.  Sometimes the look she gives her says “Why do you have to go and act all psychotic again?”  It reminds me of the look my son used to give my daughter when she was acting up 🙂  And that same look has been given by my grandson to his little sister.  It must be something that’s inherited – even by canines.

Foxy has a busy week coming up … a trip to the groomer AND to the vet … but at least they’re a couple of days apart.  No wonder she’s hiding out; she must know something’s up.  Namaste’

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  1. Kay Rolfe says:

    Foxy is the same color as the table. Of course she knows something is up. I agree with her about going to the Vet but I wish someone would take me to the groomer.

    Your Grandmother’s vase is exquisite but I can’t find your reflection. Is it in the neck?

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    1. It was partly the way the light was coming in on her but she’s very golden. I’ll take you to the groomer 🙂 My reflection is in the neck of the vase above the flowers.

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  2. Patti says:

    Great picture of Foxy. Do you sleep with your camera-seriously do you? Cause it is always handy when you want it. Lol

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    1. No I don’t sleep with it, but it is everywhere else I go … pretty much. Just for the love of it 🙂

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  3. Anne says:

    Gina………….my favorite photo yet! My email doesn’t show anything like a vase of flowers on top, but nothing else is needed. Beautiful! as it is. And, she knows….the vet stuff. They always know, just like here when an earthquake is about to happen. Gorgeous photo!

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    1. Many thanks, dear one. She’s such a good girl!!!!

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  4. bulldogsturf says:

    This is such a lovely capture.. the colours blend in so well… the dogs expression certainly says something… lovely photo…
    Like you I think my camera is just an extension of my hand and only gets put down when I go to sleep, and that’s only because I’m scared I’ll drop it…

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    1. Many thanks, Rob. I agree about cameras being extensions of our hands 🙂

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  5. niasunset says:

    Amazing photograph you captured dear Regina, Foxy seems so lovely and the colours hit me. Thank you, Blessing and Happiness to you all. Love, nia

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