I wanted to add this lovely peacock preening at Catoctin Wildlife Preserve in Thurmont MD.
Monday, June 10, 2019
Monday, June 3, 2019
I love to look at peacocks, even though they are slightly obnoxious. Their iridescent colors are just beautiful.
An unusual viewpoint
The End (I couldn't resist!)
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Four Horned Sheep
Auodad Sheep ewe
On a recent vacation, we photographed some interesting animals at the wildlife preserve. More to come...
I also photograph domestic animals at people's homes and nearby parks in St. Mary's County MD
Monday, May 20, 2019
Our dog, Sarita, a toy poodle rescue, enjoying the pet parade. She is a senior, about 13 years old. We adopted her about 3 years ago.
I loved the curly tail.
Adorable kittens at the fair.
I assume they are up for adoption along with the older ones.
Among all of the dog and cat vendors, I met Debbie Koehler, who sells horse saddles and accessories. Many of the saddles are older and never used.
Help for Pets supplies help to people with low and no incomes for their pets. I would think a pet for a lonely homeless person would provide lots of love.
I met SOMD Pinups for Paws before in Leonardtown another time too. They are a nonprofit that create vintage looking calendars and give the proceeds to animal rescue groups. Cute outfits ladies!
They even had a kissing booth for donations.
Exotic pets were included too. (One time I met a pet piglet at the fair).
Calvert K-9 rescue helps find missing people.
They demonstrated how Max located Lindsey (right) using her scent.
BFF, Bone-A-Fied Friends Forever Pet Services, does dog training. Beasley is a popular dog in pet commercials on TV. You may have seen him in a recent chewie.com commercial.
He and his trainer are very talented.
We enjoyed the Woof it Down contest.
This dog was willing to help his person finish off his food too. LOL!
Pet Parade starring SMAWLIE and the banner holding volunteers.
Monday, May 13, 2019
When I take walks around the neighborhood, I like to challenge myself to photograph things I see along the way that I didn’t notice the last time I walked. I use my camera or cell phone, whichever I have with me. These were taken and edited with my phone. It it an exercise in seeing. I challenge YOU to try the same. Try not to repeat what you photographed earlier, unless it looks significantly different.