Thursday, 18 July 2013

PLAYING IN THE SUNSHINE WITH ANGUS,LEROY AND KIDNEY AND FUN WITH THE CAMERA.

WE ARE HAVING A LOVELY FINE DAY AND I'VE GOT ANGUS VISITING SO I'M PLAYING AROUND WITH THE CAMERA THIS IS WHAT I HAVE COME UP WITH.








ROUND AND ROUND IN CIRCLES.

BACKWARDS AND FORWARDS.



TIRED OUT NOW




TIME FOR A DRINK.

WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT TO DRINK THAT WATER IT'S GREEN.

MUST HAVE A SECRET STUFF IN IT BECAUSE ALL THE CATS LIKE IT.

KIDNEY IS GOING FOR THE CLEAN STUFF


LAMB STEW FOR DINNER OR TEA AS I CALL IT.




THIS SHOWS HOW WIDE MY KITCHEN IS JUST OVER A DOGS LENGTH.

HOW DID I MISS THAT BIT OF CARROT.

LUNCH.

THIS IS WHAT I HAVE TO PUT UP WITH WHEN EATING IS THERE ANY WONDER ANGUS ENDS UP WITH SOME TOO.



LOOKING FOR LEFTOVERS.

GOT TO MAKE SURE.

36 comments:

  1. Simply gorgeous from start to finish - thank you. No sunshine here, and hasn't been for nearly a week.

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    1. The sunshine has left here too, all rain and dark skies today and cold.
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  2. Angus is gorgeous, love the moving pictures.
    I really like the photos where the cat, Leroy? is drinking from the statue.
    Your kitchen looks to be about as wide as mine is. One good sized step in any direction and bam! you're up against the sink or the fridge...

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    1. Not sure how I did the moving pictures but I like them too.
      I think it's the rainwater they like no additives except the moss and slime.
      Mine is a galley kitchen long and thin nothing like me.
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  3. Wonderful series! I love your cute puppy dog. The moving photos are cool! We have been staying indoors, it is way too hot out there this week. Have a happy day!

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    1. He is a sweet little bloke.
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  4. He is very cute and the incidental photos of your garden are the best I've seen. We have the same soup pot.

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    1. You must have had it for a while mine as old as the hills.
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  5. Thank you, Angus, for the garden tour..I got a wee bit dizzy following you in circles...but I did enjoy my tour!
    Jane x

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    1. Don't worry by 4.00pm he was asleep in the lounge room having his afternoon nanna nap.
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  6. A Corgi fix! Angus, I had to leave our MAC home since I went into the wilderness (literally! The only neighbours were Cinnamon bears, Coyotes, Wolves, Elks and a Mountain Lion. I am told a grizzly was also lurking nearby...) and missed all things corgi! Thanks Merle! Love the tail!!
    Your garden is truly 'champetre'!

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    1. They are no substitute for a nice warm corgi, MAC will be missing you, big welcome when you get back.
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  7. I had fun visiting with Angus and the cats! Wish I had a big bowl of that stew, though! Always love hanging out in your garden - so many fun things to see. (Love the horse and the turtle) My cats prefer the bird bath to drink, too. Angus sure has the 'stare' down! Looks like it works, judging by how healthy he looks:) He's a cute one! xo

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    1. The horse is my gate stop, holds it open and he has a stagecoach there if he ever gets up and takes it for a run.
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  8. Oh what fun pictures! Thanks for the delightful tour :)

    Hugs!

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    1. Thank you for going on it.
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  9. Love the Corgi...especially the Cardigan

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    1. The cardigan is very warm, nice if he sits on your lap in winter.
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  10. Oh my gosh - I love corgi dogs - lol - they are so cute. sandie

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    1. No wonder the Queen likes them
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  11. Lovely and playful pictures of Angus. Dogs are such a delightful subject. I see what you mean about having no room left in your yard for fruit trees. It is filled with so many exotic and beautiful plants. You must live in a much warmer climate than I do. Your gardens are full of eye appeal.
    Thank you for the nice visit to my blog and it is my pleasure to meet you.

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  12. Hello Merle.....Loved all the photos of your cheerful, colorful garden! How did you do the photos with the dog moving? Video? Nice! Susan

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  13. I think I was switching back from video to still pictures a few times and that's how it came out but not sure, I was experimenting.
    Merle........

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  14. Angus is a sweetie and you've captured his busy afternoon doing doggy stuff welk!

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    1. A lot of it was in the morning by afternoon he was sound asleep.
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  15. Your garden is so pretty and the food looks delicious, but Angus stole the show.

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    1. He always does that.
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  16. Hi Merle...... Great post... love the videos of Angus, he made me tired just watching him go round in circles hehehe..... love your big turtle......Hugs... Barb xxx

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    1. I moved turtle no one noticed him before.
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  17. The sun rays look lovely, and he seems to be enjoying it dearly.

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    1. It was nice, gone now.
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  18. Love your post and videos. How do you make the moving videos? Your outdoors looks so inviting.

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    1. Not sure how it happened, I was just playing with the camera and they just happened.
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