Amazing really, but it looks as though this log grew from a little stick to the size of a fence post in the space of one dog walk.
Ahhh, my little Barney, he does love carrying a stick and I photographed him over at Hayesden Country Park in Tonbridge the other day with this one. I’m not saying it’s the biggest log I’ve ever seen being carried by a dog (size isn’t everything), but he does create a fair bit of interest by doing things like this. It certainly amused the super-excited people from Thailand and one had her camera out pretty smartish to get a snap.
I particularly like the shot of him on the bridge. It reminded me of the game where you move the loop around the wire without making the buzzer go off.
from small sticks, big logs do grow
Look, it’s no big deal, it’s just a log
Oh dear, a big dog with log-envy
Here’s a couple of dogs I photographed the other day at Hayesden Country Park.
The first two pictures are of Max, an absolutely beautiful four month old Siberian Husky/Northern Inuit X.
These are followed by Lucy, a slightly older Border Terrier pup who belongs to some friends of ours who were just finishing their walk as we set off.
Max, Siberian Husky/Northern Inuit X
Lucy, Border Terrier
On Monday’s dog photo session for Percy and Oreo, the two Hamiltonstovare, they were joined by many other dogs that were using the dog walking area on the corner of Forest Road and Farmcombe Road in Tunbridge Wells.
Most notably there was Duke, a handsome six month old Pointer, who took a particular liking to Percy.
Percy and Oreo’s dog photo shoot will feature here shortly.
Percy, a Hamiltonstovare (left) and Duke, a Pointer