Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Walking the dog(s)...



While walking along the coast road I spotted la Dame above striding out with her three dogs, three big dogs! You would think three dogs might be quite a handful to control, but as I watched they were brilliantly well behaved.. although I couldn't help wondering if they spotted a rabbit in the sand dunes would it all be madness and mayhem :) pleased to see she has the appropriate number of yellow 'doggy do' bags with her. Weird weather here this past few days, we had our first 38C on Saturday, rain and much cooler tomorrow. Happy Tuesday, take care and stay safe..  p.s.she has nice legs oui! 


33 comments:

  1. I have often though about what happens when a cat runs by a group of dogs like that, Grace! They must be well behaved.

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  2. Ah, they do look well-behaved indeed!! And, yep, beautiful legs indeed! I do always enjoy your posts so much, Grace!! Thank you for sharing -- as always!! Hope you have a great new week! Enjoy!!

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  3. Those are certainly some very well behaved dogs. And, I agree about the legs. In fact, I think I'm a bit jealous.

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  4. A pleasant walk in good company!

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  5. Both people look very sportive.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  6. "First 38C day" ?! Arrrrrgggggghhhhhh

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  7. I like these photos a lot, but I have to admit it took awhile before I noticed the dogs! :)

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  8. I think I might be tempted to use the dogs to pull me up the hills. :-)

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  9. Doggy do... That's a new one for me and made me smile! Love the waves shot and the last one, very graphic!

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  10. Like the first picture Grace, it certainly looks like rain was on the way...

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  11. What do doggies do?
    Those dogs look so well trained it probably takes a halt, heel, or whistle from the lady walking them to make them come to a quick stop should they want to chase anything.

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  12. Nice receding shots, and approaching thoughts! Bon Jour, Dear!




    Warm ALOHA,
    ComfortSpiral

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  13. That says a lot about the owner :)

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  14. I am thinking in addition to walking her dogs. She runs.

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  15. They are so perfectly walking, I think a rabbit would be safe. They would not want to incur the wrath of their mistress.

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  16. Good way to keep fit - maybe she is a dog walker. Cool for the next few days then into a hot W/E

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  17. Well behaved dogs. I love the first photo with the sea in the background.

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  18. She must be a dog whisperer; she's definitely the alpha dog. Just look at her posture--that's confidence. And, oui, her legs are fantastique!

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  19. I wonder if she is the owner or an employed dog walker. Interesting shots....street photography.

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  20. The nice to see that she has them under control Grace.

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  21. I am the proud owner of 3 doge ( soon 4!!) but I have to admit that mine are not as well behaved. Maybe the dogs you've met were old and slow??

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  22. Maybe you have to take a dog (or three) to get those legs Grace :)

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  23. Isn't she walking in the wrong direction?

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  24. Beautiful and humorous images, Grace !
    Is this called dog sitting?

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  25. what great doggies! i am jealous, ozzy would be pulling me all over the place :/

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  26. Sporty woman - guess the dogs keep her fit, right, Grace? Plus bending down at least three times with the yellow bags ;-)

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  27. They certainly enjoy and know their routine for walks. How fun. I have three dogs to walk with me too, although Allie has become blind so I walk her alone when we go on the leash. Luckily for us we have lots of land for them to run about without the leash!

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  28. As much as I love dogs, my eye went immediately to the water!

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