Sunday, February 6, 2011

Sunday Stills (2-6-11 Emotions)

This week's Sunday Stills challenge is portraying emotions or displaying photos that can cause emotions in the viewer. How about some cat-i-tude for starters?

Poor little Buddha gets embarrassed whenever I point a camera at him. The Japanese Chin breed even cries real tears.
My son is scaring the poor dog. Not really, they're playing. Buddha is not growling BTW, he just always shows teeth- more like smiling.
How about a friendly, neighborly chat?
Sandy has such a guilty, unsure look! What did I do??

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9 comments:

achieve1dream said...

Too cute!!! I love them all, especially the one with your son playing with Buddha. :)

Grey Horse Matters said...

All of your animals are so cute. Love the Sandy picture.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Great selection of photos. I really like the one of Yalla! saying hello. She sure is becoming prettier and prettier. Can't wait to see how sleek she'll look when she sheds out.

~Lisa

Ed said...

Love the guilty look and Buddas insolence, like why are you bothering me with that device..:-)

Rising Rainbow said...

Boy Sandy really does look extremely unsure. Poor Boy! Just want to comfort him.

Thanks for another peek at your critters.

Dan and Betty Cooksey said...

Great photos. Thanks for sharing.

Dan

achieve1dream said...

Thanks for checking out Chrome's video. I'm doing my best not to worry since this has happened before with him and it's so mild. The videos are mainly to document just in case it turns into something later on, so I'll have something for a vet/chiro/farrier to go off of. Part of preparing for the worst I guess. :) My anxiety hasn't been bad at all lately though so I'm really not worrying, just being thorough.

I didn't notice anything when he trotted yesterday but at that time I wasn't really looking for it. I'll trot him tomorrow and see if it's worse or better. Thanks for the suggestion. :D

He does have a fabulous tail if I do say so myself! I just wish his mane looked so nice. I'm kind of a hair girl (guess that's why I love the Friesian breed). Oh well. I don't notice how gray he's getting I guess because I'm around him all the time. I'm just glad he's graying fairly slowly compared to some who are almost white by the time they are two. I get to enjoy my "black" horse a bit longer hehehehe! Thanks again!

CTG Ponies said...

Love the look on Sandy's face! All good pics.

flowerweaver said...

I have a dog like Sandy that always looks unsure. Buddha is always cute!