Friday, January 15, 2021

I'm fierce, really I am :)

 

Couldn't resist a quick shot of this adorable dog peeking out from the volunteer office of the Mount Flora Museum which is housed in a water tank c1940.  You might remember the last time I was here to take photos of the incredible murals atop the water tank, you can see them HERE, lensball fun :) Unfortunately the museum is still not open but I was told hopefully soon. I believe there is a treasure trove of photos of Perth back in the day, like many of you I love seeing old black and white photos of days gone by. Below a view looking up towards my neck of the woods from atop the tank. Happy Friday, take care and stay safe..



24 comments:

  1. Dearest Grace,
    Oh we better believe this doggy is fierce!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  2. That dog is just trying to figure out of you brought treats. Lovely urban landscape especially with the view over the shore and sea.

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  3. It is a beautiful area. Love the look on the pup’s face.

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  4. Something to look out for then.

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  5. Wow! How fierce it is! LOL
    The view is gorgeous!

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  6. The little guy has the area covered, he's keeping his eyes focused.

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  7. Little dogs are so funny, they think they are bigger than what they are.

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  8. And there are your blue skies! He's a cute little guy!

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  9. Looks like a sweetie to me! Reminds me a little of our chihuahua, which, pound for pound, really is a fierce dog!

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  10. So glad to see you are back and with so many gorgeous photos. What a cute little dog. He does look like he wants to be in charge.

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  11. Love your eye! My blog invisible husband got his first dose of Pfizer today! And a real human being will be my president in a matter of days. I'm starting to feel optimistic.

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  12. Lovely dog :)
    Beautiful view.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  13. Well, I sure wouldn´t dare to find out, Grace, LOL.
    Funny, they show hats and an old sewing machine and I expected flowers somehow. Hope you can find out soon!

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  14. Can't wait to see that watertank inside and hope the cutie is then also present.

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  15. At one stage in my life I had a Great Dane, a friend leaving to go to the UK from Rhodesia gave me her Peke. The Great Dave was terrified of it!!
    Stay safe and keep well, Diane

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  16. Awww what a sweet little pup, probably missing everyone too. Hopefully it will open soon.

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  17. So cute :)
    Lovely view.

    All the best Jan

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