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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Two Garden Dogs, Lots of Garden Accessories and Some Plants. Wordless Wednesday







































































































































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P.S Snow's already gone!

***Copyright 2014 TatyanaS

29 comments:

  1. Beautiful wordless wednesday.
    each photo should be printed as a postcard.

    Linda

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    1. Linda, thanks! Snow changes everything.

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  2. Beautiful! Your dogs are awesome and your garden is gorgeous in the snow.

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    1. Shirley, the dogs loved the snow, just as kids! Thanks!

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  3. But lotsa words in that title. Your garden is beautiful dressed in snow.

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    1. Ricki, the snow is gone, and the garden is green again! THank you!

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  4. Beautiful...my favorites are #12 and #19...the snow on the tip of your dog's nose and the view from the back of the statue. The contrast of the white snow and green moss on the statue is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Karen, the dogs ran, jumped, ate snow and had a snowy bath! The statue will be all mossy one day I think!

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  5. Wow, you are as snowed in as we are! We had 47 degrees today but we will be back down by the weekend.

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    1. Eileen, thank you! It lasted only 2 days. Everything is back to green! Stay warm!

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  6. Lovely! I enjoyed the sepia tones of your photos. You make winter looks so inviting!

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    1. Beth, thank you! When snow is fresh, it does look beautiful.

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  7. You live in a magical world of beauty! I especially loved the pictures of your regal shepherds enjoying the snow and acting silly!

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    1. Peter, I think that photographs are able to double the real beauty of any place; snow can triple it, but dogs can quadruple it!
      Thank you!

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  8. Well Tatyana, as pretty as the snow is, I'm glad it's gone. I've had enough winter and I'm ready for spring. Your dogs sure enjoyed themselves though, didn't they?

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    1. Grace, I am ready for spring too! I'm glad that blogs can document the weather and how the garden looked at a certain point in time.

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  9. You own a wolf! (As well as a beautiful garden.) Imagine you have mixed feelings about the snow melting.

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    1. Hi Esther! I have two wolves! Yes, you are right, I had mixed feelings. Now, I want spring!

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  10. Your garden is beautiful even with snow! And both dogs looks so adorable!

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  11. Tatyana ,A Winter wonderland,just made for German Shepherds. Two days is enough though.

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    1. Alistair, yes, two-three -four days is enough!

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  12. Beautiful winter photo compositions -- I like the effect you are creating -- just black and white, and in some just a hint of color poking here and there -- beautiful.

    Ah! your dogs also love eating snow/ice and rolling in there. My big dog -- the shepherd -- also does the same thing. However, not the small terrier. I wonder why these big dogs do such things. Any idea?

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    1. KL, thank you! About the dog rolling - I read that they try to pick up the smell that they like.

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  13. Beautiful, beautiful shots, and your doggies know how to enjoy it all. I bet you had a lot of fun taking these photos!

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  14. I wish I could enjoy the snow like your dog does.

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  15. Gorgeous photos! Your dog looks like he/she is thoroughly enjoying the snow.

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  16. Whoa! That was a long post, and the dog(s) seem to be enjoying the snow.

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  17. Fabulous beautiful winter. Wish my snow would melt.

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