Wow, wow, wow! I was at my best playing with the rising sun.
Caught it on my nose, I did. I’m a talented basset.
Dad and I took a run to Ears to the Wind Ridge. Darn nice lighting the whole time.
Our first order of business on this day was a run to Igloo Bridge to photograph a BNSF coal train.
Kinda cool to see an old Mac engine in the new BNSF wedge logo and colors.
How about this? A hike to Grand View before heading out for lunch.
Yeah, a lot of running by this Porter Basset!
Happy, happy, happy, that’s me on this outing.
We got to Grand View. What a great place.
Karen took in the view and got some photos.
You know, I have to get as high as possible so I can enjoy the view at Grand View.
It’s not just Grand View that makes for a wonderful sight. Hmmm-m, bassets are wonderful sights too…not that I’m too self-centered…
I’ll have to remind dad that this photo is sharp enough for a billboard of yours truly.
On the way back to Lulu, I got in a little stick action.
Arrrhoo-oo! Am I having fun or what?
Guess where we had lunch? At Prairie Berry.
Then we stopped by the Alpine Inn for bread pudding to go. What a great day!
I was a tired basset after we had dinner. Yup, a snooze in my chair seemed the right thing at the right time.
Doggoneit. Karen wanted to take star photos; no bedtime for Porter yet. Okay, okay, I’ll admit that Karen did have a good idea. I got a shot of the Milky Way with the 14mm lens on the Sony A7r.
It’s going to take some experimenting to get this really right.
Now it’s bedtime for Porter. It was bedtime for George too on this day in 2006.