It’s taken several trips to the beach to get him used to it, but now he absolutely loves running up and down the beach, through the water chasing after any wildlife that moves. Today he discovered the little sand crabs.
I don’t really feel too bad about it. After all, he’s been in snow before. You’d think he’d have learned his lesson.
I think more than just the students enjoy a snow day here and there!
It’s such a habit now after an entire year. I have a feeling that I’m just going to find myself shooting daily and sitting at the computer writing my one-a-day. I suppose that was the entire point in the first place – to get in the habit of shooting more. I was talking with some people today about what I might do next. How about a “Where’s Waldo” theme?
No, not the movie. My dog – what a wonderful life it must be to be able to just chill all day.
Who thought I would ever be looking forward to cross season as much as I am this year? Cyclocross season, that is. I’ve shot cycling now for several years and am always looking for new ways to differentiate myself from other shooters. A definite difference, IMO, is the fact that I shoot both still and video. I’m leaning more toward the still side these days, but I produce both and I have a great time doing it. I certainly created a buzz when I shot an aerial video in Page County earlier this year and plan to do more like it. But what’s crazy to me is that when I look at a new piece of gear these days I find myself thinking “wow, that would be awesome for cross season.” So, I may never race during cross season, but at least I’m out there supporting it. That’s a start, right? Can’t wait to put the new iPhone 6 through it’s paces this Sunday at the annual Winchester Applecross race.
Granted, this is a video of my dog, but think of all the amazing race footage I can get with it!
A person who has never owned a dog has missed a wonderful part of life.
– Bob Barker