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(Weekly Photo Challenge: Carefree) The Art of Basking in the Sun

I don’t know if domesticated animals sense they are missing something by virtue of their association with companion humans who persist in retrieving them when they venture too far from home. But could any sentient beagle believe he would live … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Companionable

It is difficult to believe that Solitario Jorge did not lament his solitude until he was lost, although that may be a Shakespearean artifact of my inclination to anthropomorphism. Do animals grieve the absence of their children, their mates, their companions? … Continue reading

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(Weekly Photo Challenge: Kiss) Wordless Whispers

Can you capture a kiss, in a photograph or in words? Oh, sure, a wedding kiss is among those which can be preserved on film.  The wordless whisper of a kiss can be memorialized on canvas.    Auguste Rodin carved … Continue reading

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The Secret Lives of Beagles

I found myself talking at length to our puppy today.  Now, I did not grow up a “dog person”–although currently many of my friends fear I will become a crazy old dog lady when my children are grown. It may … Continue reading

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