Looking for meanings in words, images and sounds
This is my contribution to Jake’s Sunday challenge – Focused attention. You can check out the other entries here.
Perfect for the challenge,Paula!
And you are the first to comment again 🙂 Grazie mille Anna. Baci…..
Agree indeed it’s “perfect for the challenge” as Anna said (no she wrote it, I know) above… 😉
Very well captured, and really attentively focus here… 🙂
Thank you Drake 🙂
Very, very cool! Happy Sunday, Paula!
Happy Sunday, Amy :). I am glad you like the dog 😀
Standing guard 🙂
What is that dog focused on? Very intent and focused for sure.
On a butcher’s shop 😀
Ha! I knew it had to be something good.
Great interpretation for this week topic Paula .Thanks for sharing my friend 🙂
Thank YOU Jake 🙂
Is it your dog?
No, unfortunately not…
I’d love to have a dog, but I don’t like the hairs and the smell.
We used to have one, and yes, there were both the hair and the smell ….
That explains the intent gaze! Hope the telepathy paid off 🙂
I did not stay long enough to check that out 🙂
Great photo Paula. What a beautiful dog, do you know what breed?
Thank you Jeff. No, I have no idea, but it looks like a kind of hunting dog :S
He definitely looks focused… cute fury guy 🙂
🙂 He was eyeing the butcher’s shop 😀
licking his chops? 🙂
Google is telling me today is somebody’s special day… just wanted to say Happy Birthday Paula… have fun celebrating and many more years to come 🙂
Thank you, Bashar 🙂 x
Adorable 🙂 Ha ha eying the butchers shop 🙂
Cute photo., Paula. I think he was listening to the music. 🙂
Ya sabes lo que quiero decir….
Si 🙂 Gracias querida amiga 🙂 xxxx
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Great focus, Paula. I wonder what he was looking at? 🙂
Butcher’s shop 🙂 😀
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