Black & White #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Toby, the Cardigan Welsh Corgi
Balcony To Where?
Taking the dog for a walk

Linking to The Sunday Stills Photo Challenge hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt: Theme: Black & White Photos

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31 thoughts on “Black & White #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. Hugh, Toby is very handsome, makes me smile, he looks so cute. Puppy Girl is almost 12 and is starting to show her age up close. Is your house right on the water? ooo la la. I love the other two pictures because of that! 🙂

    1. No, these photos were taken at a small dog-friendly hotel we stayed at a few years ago, Marsha. However, we do now only have a 5-minute walk to the beach from where we live. We enjoy living and being by the sea.

        1. It’s sometimes easier, unless you forget, like I do. Vince always says, “You don’t even remember being there do you?” Sometimes I don’t, and sometimes I wasn’t there, so it gets a little confusing sometimes. He forgets that I haven’t been everywhere he has! “_

    1. Thanks, Debbie. He’s not always the perfect model. Trying to get him to sit still while I point a camera at him can sometimes be very demanding — however, a few small chunks of cheese help.

    1. I never noticed that about the way he sits, Terri. And I never knew it was called the kickstand position. I’ll have to check if Austin sits the same way. He probably does.

      I love the theme you set this week. I could have added a lot more photos, but though three was enough. Maybe you’ll revisit this theme again sometime? I hope so.

      1. I think I’ve heard other Boykin Spaniel owners call it the kickstand. The breed was bred to have shorter legs so they wouldn’t rock the boat while duck hunting! I will probably add more black and white themes earlier than later. Cee Neuner has a weekly b&W challenge.

      2. Hmm, but now that I see Toby’s sitting position on my laptop, that looks like his tail stuck out to the side. Maybe that’s his kickstand…the Boykins stick one of their legs out to anchor themselves on a slippery surface.

        1. I’ve noticed that his tail is usually in a straight line behind him when he sits like that. If he sees me with cheese and begs, his tail acts as an anchor to keep him from falling over. He’s never fallen over where cheese is concerned…yet.

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