Oh, there’s the human taking my picture. Lemme give him this profile.
Oh no, my schauze looks big in that one. This side’s more flattering.
Wait, what am I thinking? Straight ahead is always the most dignified.
I’m here to save the day! Aha! I knew he’d love my Rin-Tin-Tin.
Sony of the River. Strong, fast, deep. Wait, why don’t I get to stand in the meadow?
Way better. Man, mountain grass is good. Purple asters and daisies…yum-my!
I LOVE the mountains. Please, Mom, please, please can we move here??
Rafael, Otis, and Sony in the Pecos Mountains on July 22-24, all taken by Jim except for last two, photos © 2008 by Jim or ybonesy. All rights reserved.
Dog Portrait Day In The Pecos Mountains
July 25, 2008 by ybonesy
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