Friday, December 17, 2010

Ever wonder….

what goes on in the mind of a dog?

18 comments:

Jilly said...

I wonder all the time, Sharon! Love the shot.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

We do indeed wonder. There is probablyl a lot going on inside dogo's heads, especially the dog you showed today. It looks like a young Labrador retriever, and they are especially smart dogs.

brattcat said...

A wonderful capture! This dog looks as if she is waiting for someone she loves.

Jacob said...

That is so cool. Very creative shot, Sharon!

We have a Golden Retriever and I always wonder what goes on in her mind...she's very smart, and sometimes I think she knows very well what she's doing and may even be teasing me a bit!

Re your question on The Villages: No place has as good Mexican food as does Arizona! Not even Mexico!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

hmmm, good question

Randy said...

I really wonder after reading "The Art of Racing in the Rain."

Gunn said...

Nice composition!;)

Jarart said...

Could this be someone I know with a haircut? I wonder every day what is going on in a dogs mind. And sometimes I can guess by the little glint of mischief in the eyes.

Birdman said...

Nice work!

Sara said...

Great shot - I love looking at your photos - it keeps me in touch with the area my daughter lives in.

Thanks...

RedPat said...

I think they are always waiting for some fun to happen!

Jack said...

I think I have read a couple of books written from the dog's perspective. Regrettably, they don't help me.

Mo said...

At this moment it looks like 'stuff off'

Kate said...

Even without the dog's face, I know I'd love this animal! Bet she's a loyal little critter, waiting for someone she love.

Kate said...

Had to laugh, I scolled back and saw brattcat's earlier comment! An example of "great mind" or true animal lovers' reaction.

JM said...

Great composition, Sharon! Love this shot.

Magpie said...

My husband says its, "Oh, goody, I get to play, I get to eat, I get to poop and tomorrow I get to do it all over again!"
Those ears are just made for scratching behind. Lovely.

Irina said...

Not sure about the dogs, but my cat had the built-in censor for my intentions about him (feed, kiss, feed, feed).
Great composition.