Like I said, there are some amazing things around us. On my way to class I noticed this blazing orange and red tree down an alley of still green trees. I almost walked right past it, but the tree made itself the center of attention. I had to stop and stand in the middle of the road to snap this photo.
Oliver had his first play date with an older woman. He was so excited to see her and play, however Molly was just a bit unsure. She’s used to being the only dog and getting all the attention. She did well with him though but definitely not willing to share her Frisbee at all.
Oliver has been great socializing with other dogs and people. He’s awesome in public as well. He has such a sweet and chill demeanor.
Thanks Chris for allowing us to come play and double thanks for sharing biscuits!!! Still amazed you can leave the jumbo box of MilkBones open and Molly ‘Bear’ won’t touch them.
When the sun sets and turns the sky into a burning and quickly changing splash of color, all the focus is to the west. All eyes are on the sun as it falls from the heavens, setting the sky on fire. Everyone forgets to look behind. Just turn around and you will see a whole different beauty. The clouds being lit by the sun. The colors are softer, more muted. They are humble and quiet. Every evening they show their colors, never to be noticed. Backs are turned on them. A waste of beauty. Just turn around. There’s a whole other show going on.
Shot in Boone County