Half and Half

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So what happens when I go in the yard to take pictures? A miniature pinscher goes on full alert to guard me as I carelessly walk around the yard, oblivious to all the dangers that could be out in the street – like Mom’s pushing strollers and worst of all, old Grandma’s taking a walk and minding their own business. He will protect me!

What I liked about the photo was how it divided his face in half, which is also the theme of this week’s photo challenge, which was to share an image that has two clear halves, literally or figuratively. To see how others interpreted the challenge, click here.

Dogs Weekly Photo Challenge

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I am a backyard adventurer, philosopher and observer, recording my life in journals and photographs. Visit my blog at www.livingtheseasons.com or write me at dogear6 [at] gmail [dot] com.

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    • They’re such tiny terrors, aren’t they? I was in an apartment by myself for a while (as we were moving) and although he wasn’t big enough to actually be a threat to anyone, he was fierce enough he’d have given me time to get away and try to protect myself. I’m glad you enjoyed the post and thanks for stopping by.

    • Thanks Dakota (Caren) – it’s nice to meet you too and I enjoyed looking around your blog. You’re quite a cute dog, although be careful if your Mom gets bows in the house. Your blogging friend ended up with bows in her hair – cute, but a bit embarrassing.

      Thanks for letting me know how you found me. I’ve done the same – I see bloggers who show up consistently and I check them out. I’ve made a lot of good friends that way.

    • Thanks Phil! I was just taking pictures at the time, but when I looked back at it on my computer, I was struck by the same thing. It turned out really good, but you do have to look to see him.

    • Thanks Tina! I’d actually uploaded and put it into the beagle post right before this when I realized it didn’t really belong there and it fit the weekly challenge much better.

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