Who doesn’t love a photo of Wilson, eh?
For some reason mum has always taken photos of me on walks, right from when I was a puppy. Maybe she had a premonition that she’d need to feed the beast that is Twitter, or that she’d start this blog.
Over the years I’ve pretty much perfected the art of posing when mum whips out her phone on our walks, and once I hear the click of the (fake) shutter, off I happily trot…until the next time she sees some nice scenery/flowers/decides to throw things in the air.
So, without further ado let’s see what this Picture Post has to offer.
Water is one of my favourite things which is just as well as we’re a mile from the Solent. Naturally, lots of our walks are along the shore. My favourite thing is when mum throws stones for me – well out of my reach to avoid any teeth calamities – but I’m partial to a paddle too.
One of the best things about having a dog, according to mum, is the fact it forces you to explore your local area. We’ve discovered some cracking walks within a few miles of home and one of those is the Chilling Coastal Area. The next photo was taken at Chilling Copse on a cold winter’s day. A patch of frosty ground caught mum’s eye.
Now, my floppy ear is very popular with my Twitter followers and rightly so. It has a bit of a mind of its own and helps me look endearing even when I’m being a bit, er, trying. But my tail is also a thing of wonder. From weedy beginnings as a pup, it then bushed out to enormous proportions before setting down to a slightly more modest wag machine.
Now, we do make our own fun on walks. While I always like a ball to chase (or a Chuckit toy to drop into the sea never to be seen again), sometimes all you need is a handful of fallen leaves.
And finally, something very serious.
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