An early dog walk…in Autumn fogs, cool and soft.
There are occasional glimpses of sun – I brought my little point and shoot camera only…
It is difficult to walk two dogs and try to shoot with a heavy camera.
Resting after breakfast – Totti and Milo both love our summer house.
Mornings are the best time to enjoy the stillness – no summer guests anymore. Paths are empty, and the fields belong to geese and horses only. Milo found that dwarfed opening gate in the hedge…I always wonder who once lived there – given that Milo is about 30 cm high now…
Forest walk in the evening – some birds chirping low and softly muted. There is no wind so the flies are on the hunt.
This area, Lindö, is a nature reserve, so you have to be kind to those flies and mosquitoes as well…
Have you ever had a puppy? Sometimes my toes wish they hadn’t…
I know Milo is a good guy, and that Totti is slowly adjusting. But I can read Totti’s thoughts by the look of his eyes – just when is that ”thing” going home again...
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Lovely photos particularly that first foggy one.
Nice Post. Amazing pictures.
Thank you, it was a lovely morning.
Milo is growing so quickly. Totti is being very patient. As are your toes!
He is growing very fast…every morning I look at him and wonder – where did you come from? And – where are you going? Soon a grown man.
What a blissful walk in the forest as summer is ending. The first photo captures the feeling perfectly
Thank you – I agree about that first one…
This whole series is a beautiful story. Wonderful photographs that somehow seems to let us in on a secretive journey.
You make me happy, Mary – the feeling conveyed and exquisitely expressed by you.
What a beautiful early autumn! Love these captures of the forest. 🙂
We are still in summer…
Thank you, Amy! I guess we have summer still…but due to the drought many trees are already yellowish and dropping their leaves.
Looks like a lovely day, A-C. These photos are the perfect example of the quality being in the eye of the photographer, not camera-dependent.
It was a lovely day – and thank you for the comment on quality. I am very glad you liked the shots despite everything! The feeling counts too.