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Evening Skies and Dogs
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I looked out the window and saw the moon and a large pink cloud, and couldn't resist getting a shot. It's the kind of shot that makes me wish I had a great camera, rather than my camera phone.

And then this, five minutes later.

Spotting me coming outside, his lordship, Uther, awoke from his slumbers and demanded that I play with him.

He likes to play tug. I find it hard to take photos with one hand while playing tag with the other.

Her ladyship, Tara, declined to join in, but did come up to observe the proceedings.

Father, entertaining Uther. At one point Uther's feet were about a foot off the floor, and he wasn't letting go.

And then we all came inside and discussed where we are going to visit tomorrow. Julie suggest Hampton Park. Uther would like to find some sheep to play with.

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we had a dog once called Uther Pendragon. German Shepherd too!

Thanks for the pics. The sky ones are lovely.

I must say, Uther and Tara are my sort of dogs. I've never had the chance to own a German Shepherd, but I have been very good friends with a few, and they are grand dogs. If only I had the time and space...and the cat didn't object.

Uther is terribly friendly and affectionate.

Tara is a tad neurotic and defensive, sadly.

We had a cat alongside one of our earlier german shepherds - it was _totally_ in charge, despite being a tenth the size.

Interestingly, all the male German Shepherds I knew were big softies, but the females were more defensive (until they decided they liked you....).

My friend's ginger tom had all three of her shepherds under total control. With cats, it's attitude, not size that matters.

Those dogs are magnificent looking beasts!


It's surprisingly hard to take excellent photos of the moon, especially with a camera you can keep in your pocket at all times.

Pretty cool photos - especially the evening ones. In my personal experience, cameras can never quite capture the beauty of the colors of the clouds and the setting sun, and I admire anyone who comes anywhere close to pulling it off.

Thank you.

And yes, in reality the clouds were pinker and the moon was larger. I don't know how that works!

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