Monday, July 19, 2010

Dog Days of Summer/ My World

Seen at Gamebridge, Ontario on the Trent-Severn Waterway

The July temperatures are getting to all of us, even this poor dear pooch. He can hardly wait for the canal lock to fill so he can continue easterly along the waterway, cool breezes swirling around him. Until then, he's thinking about taking a nap.



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32 comments:

tinasphotoblog said...

So cute he is!!!

Felisol said...

Such a beautiful dog. A bit tired though, I think he needs a nap first.
Hot days are a rare gift. One's better suck them in like free vitamins.

I had a peek at your macro damselflies. A great shot. I'm impressed by the patient you must posses ( In addition to technique and artistic skill), to get your rare pictures.

I'm happy that you are enjoying Joyce and his Dublin Odyssey.
I think you will finish the book long before me.
I am a slow traveler.

Jacob said...

It seems to be too hot everywhere! And this looks like one of those Labradoodles. Cute!

Birgitta "foto CHIP" said...

Oh :) makes me smile - so cute :)

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Sylvia K said...

What a cutie! I bet he'll be glad to feel some cool air! Wish I could send you some of ours!! Love your photo as always! Have a wonderful week!

Sylvia

Riet said...

That is a lovely dog. The heat is here too.

Carol said...

What a fun photo. I love all the color in it.

ewok1993 said...

on the thumbnail over at the main page, i thought you were showing us a bear in the snow :D

i was just thinking about the dog days of summer coming up.

Carver said...

Great shot and title. I also liked your wheat harvest post but before I made it here from bloglines you had changed your post.

Maria said...

I agree, he's sooo cute! We also had extremely high temperatures for some weeks now and enjoy a little break at the moment!
Have a nice week ahead!

Maria said...

I also thought it was a bear :)

marcia@joyismygoal said...

I want to go :)

J Bar said...

Cute shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

ρομπερτ said...

Surely a wonderful summer photography. Please have you all a nice Tuesday.

daily athens

Mildred said...

That is a great picture of an adorable pooch! We are very hot in Georgia currently also.

LDH said...

ah, my hearts a-melting. And not just from the heat ~ it's for your sweet puppy dog! What a cutie!

Kerry said...

I think you did catch him just in the act of a big sigh and then lying down, a good idea on a hot summer's day.

Your damsel flies are rather heart-shaped aren't they?

Al said...

Great shot, it definitely shows the heat. We hit 91 at my house today, the first time we hit 90 this summer (and probably the only time we will).

George said...

He may be hot, but he is cute! It's been unusually hot down here as well, but we don't have any nice waterways to provide a cooling boat ride.

napaboaniya said...

Looks like he's ready for some serious fun :)

T. Becque said...

That's funny, he does look like he's had enough!

Luna Miranda said...

he looks impatient...must be thinking---if i can only this boat!:p

ladyfi said...

What a cutie. I think he wants to take a dip to cool off...

Small City Scenes said...

It does look like time for a nap. Maybe he just cooled of in the river, filled his tummy and said to himself 'Naptime'.

It is perfect here--blue skies and sunny days in the mid 70s. MB

zeal4adventure said...

He does look poop and ready for a nap. Lovely dog!!!

VioletSky said...

all that hurry up and wait is tiring, afterall.

Rebecca said...

A nap sounds good.

Dave said...

sweet dog.

it seems to be hot everywhere except here in UK.

ksdoolittle said...

I hope he isn't driving! ~karen

Marites said...

aww...he's cute!! if we don't have very hot days here, we're having really really wet ones. have a good week!

My world is here.

Ann said...

It was hot in Australia summer, my brother shaved his puppy.

Lara Neusiedler said...

he looks so cute, thou!

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