Early morning in the Oregon Cascade Mountains breaks fresh and bracing. Mist rises, as the sun crests the eastern ridge and pours its warmth into the marshy margins of Crescent Creek.
Sun rays slant through the pines, as Jello sniffs the tracks of critters.
Thanks to Cheri Lucas Rowlands for suggesting this week’s challenge: Morning
Great nature pics, Lindy!
Our little (elderly) Gabbie must depend a lot more on smell… she is mostly blind and her hearing isn’t the best either. She, fortunately, is doing quite well really!
You go, Gabbie! What breed is she?
Shih Tzu. We had a number of them over many years. We like the fact that they don’t shed. We’ve been giving Gabbie fish oil (squeezed onto her food from capsules) and around an eighth teaspoon of Turmeric powder too… as she had a stroke. This not only helps to cure strokes (in dogs) but prevents older dogs from getting strokes.
Good ideas for extending comfort in old age — maybe I should try that on me! Jello is our fifth beagle in twenty-five years. At one point we had three — quite a task to walk them all with three noses going in three different directions!!
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Amazing images! I like your shadow in the first one.
One of my original ‘selfies’! Thank you for visiting and commenting.
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Love these Lindy – especially the misty shots. We were just there. So beautiful
Thanks, Tina. So glad you were able to enjoy the beauty of the PNW live and in person!!
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