Do you have a family member or friend who is constantly taking photos? Do you have moments when you just don’t want to be the subject? I do, I have and I’ve been the guilty one clicking away.
Copper’s been in our family for over three years now and I think we’ve taken about a million photos of him (slight exaggeration). But for those of you who own pets, don’t you agree there can never be too many pictures of our furry friends?
I took the first three when he had better things to do (like chew on his bone). However, he complied but not without attitude. 🙂 He weighs about 74 lbs, is tall and lean and all muscle, which is why this first photo makes me smile. In the photos following, you’ll see his true self.
“If you insist”
“Time’s almost up”
and now some photos from my son…
and from my daughter..
and lastly, with me
I hope you enjoyed this peek into Copper’s life
and I wish you a smooth and peaceful start to your new week!
Lots of Love, Lauren 🙂 ♥
escaping the noise
watching nature’s performance
silence, embrace me
Lauren Scott © 2015
Photo: Pt. Reyes Station, CA
Our heat wave finally ended. It’s warm, but beautiful and bearable. So Copper and I ventured out into the sunshine, beginning with a short drive of about 15 minutes. Then we hiked uphill (about 25 minutes) to our first stop, where one of us had a treat. Can you guess who? 🙂 We then hiked onward to our final lake destination. It’s about a 6 mile round trip hike. (Keep in mind, these photos were taken with my iPhone and the photo of Copper lying down came out a little blurry, but I thought it worth sharing, anyway.)
At the end of our adventure, I tried to get photos of us, but it was difficult synchronizing our smiles. What you see turned out a little funky and maybe, classic, with Copper’s cooperation! 🙂
I hope you enjoyed “hiking” along with us
and I wish you a wonderful week ahead,
filled with smiles and kisses. ♥
© 2013 LScott
Copper was very cooperative in this photo shoot!
Actually, he’s not camera shy, at all! 🙂
This photo was taken by my hubby, as he and our son
were on a backpacking trip..Ansel Adams Wilderness.
My son is the hiker you see right in front. 🙂
We race with the hands
of the clock on the wall
usually in last place
like a slow, dragging crawl
Everything must be now
when we should slow down
and feel appreciation
Maybe what we’re waiting for
isn’t meant to be
It’s all in the timing
and not all about “we”
If you’re a believer
it’s really up to Him
and what His plan entails
not just our personal whim
So exhale a little slower
demonstrate some tolerance
It’ll all come together
with just a bit of patience
Photo is of Copper on our recent hike.
He was so patient, waiting for me
to take some pictures~