A fast moving snow storm came through this morning, and this afternoon the sun came out and so did my XZ-1. These were taken on my walk to our local park.
I hear you mate, but it's (-4C) here, and windy. Top is down on the MG, but she will be staying in the garage because we've had ice covered roads for two days now. Eddy and I are hunkered down for at least one more day. Cobber's got no problem with the snow, and doesn't understand what my problem is with the cold.
Landscapes will follow later.
Don't tell Shelby, but Eddy thinks she's a very pretty girl. Great dogs these Shelties, my wife and I have rescued (4) shelties over the past thirty years from our local Rescue Group. All were either neglected or abused. Below are a few images from this years Sheltie Rescue picnic. The golden lab laying down in the center of the first photo was greatly out numbered:-D
Eddy will turn 10 years old this month, and has just passed his Canine Good Citizenship test to become a therapy dog. We will start visiting a local hospital, and senior center after the first of the year.
Way to go Eddy
Nice warm experiences... By the way its good to know that , I am not the only one on the forum, who points the lens to highes bracnhes of a tree and taking a blue sky & brancehes. Additionally you have first snow Larry.
Good to hear from you, and thank you for your comments. Eddy's ancestors came from the Shetland Islands where (-4C) is a warm day in December, and he loves to play in the snow.
I hope to get up to Longwood Gardens soon for their Holiday display, and will post a few more images then.