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Open Meeting of FoGH

It was the FoGH Open Meeting at St Barnabas School this morning. It seemed very well attended and this must have really pleased the organisers. This newly formed group is doing all it can to promote the Park.

I even recognised a few people that I hadn’t even met before last Wednesday, when I first went to the Park to photograph some of the dogs and walkers. I ran a slideshow from the laptop of some of the dogs I have photographed over the past few months since the blog began and received lots of good comments, so thanks for that.

Here’s a few of the dogs that came along this morning, in between the table legs and shuffling punters.

Open Meeting of Friends of Grosvenor and Hilbert (FoGH)
Open Meeting of Friends of Grosvenor and Hilbert (FoGH)

Rupert, Miniature Schnauzer
Rupert, Miniature Schnauzer

Rupert, Miniature Schnauzer
Rupert, Miniature Schnauzer

Scamp, Tibetan Terrier X
Scamp, Tibetan Terrier X

Scamp, Tibetan Terrier X
Scamp, Tibetan Terrier X

Lazy Dog Walker

Scamp, Tibetan Terrier X
Scamp, Tibetan Terrier X

Scamp, Tibetan Terrier X
Scamp, Tibetan Terrier X

Musket, Springer Spaniel
Musket, Springer Spaniel

Musket, Springer Spaniel
Musket, Springer Spaniel

Baxter, Goldendoodle
Baxter, Goldendoodle (eyeing up a treat on the table)

Baxter, Goldendoodle
Baxter, Goldendoodle (wait for it)

Baxter, Goldendoodle
Baxter, Goldendoodle (gone!)

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  1. Jo
    January 29, 2012 at 7:18 am

    More great photos! It was lovely to meet you yesterday and good to see the event so well attended by people and dogs!

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