Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Bob and Friend


We met Bob and his handsome canine friend in Lake Sumter Landing.  It was a beautiful afternoon and they were relaxing on a bench. He graciously consented to have his photo taken after his friend insisted.

Bob is a veteran of the U.S. Army and lives in The Villages.

I have a tremendous urge to say "Woof!" which is "Thank You!" in the Canine Language.


[This was cross-posted to The Villages (Florida) Photos photoblog.]

16 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I'll say it for you Lowell.. woof! Tres jolie portrait!

Stefan Jansson said...

Woof!

Linda said...

What a lovely photo, Lowell, and how nice of Bob to allow you to take this photo. He looks like a very nice man and his dog is very cute. :)

Kate said...

This man's best friend is a beautiful canine. Can't help but wonder about the grooming charges!

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

É muito bonito este cão e com uma bela história.
Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.
Andarilhar

LOLfromPasa said...

Good one, Lowell!

Judy said...

Good friends for sure.

SRQ said...

Thank you for your service, Bob! His canine friend, though, is stealing the show in this photo. : )

Small City Scenes said...

Nice photo. I have a hard time talking to people so I don't have wonderful pics like you
What do you mean by the comment--"Nice job on the saturation!". I don't know what that means and that pic I took with my phone. I think the phone does a great job. I take almost more photos with the phone than my Nikon.
MB

RedPat said...

The friend looks ready to snarl if you make a wrong move!

Marleen said...

You caught them both nicely on camera, Lowell.

Halcyon said...

Very nice portrait! The pair is very photogenic.

Jedidja said...

Great photo of this two! Love it. Here dogs are saying: "woef"

William Kendall said...

They look like good friends.

Laura. M said...

Good friends are Bob and his dog!!
Un abrazo

stardust said...

Both Bob and the canine friend are handsome. I’m impressed with the thick hair of the dog. My late mother would have a similar looking toy poodle with different hairstyle. There seem to be many different way of grooming to this species of dog.

Yoko

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