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Sunday excursion with the roundheads

Discussion in 'Photography, Artwork & Videos' started by bahamutt99, Nov 17, 2008.

  1. bahamutt99

    bahamutt99 Stealth ninja

    (In case I never explained the roundheads thing on this board, that's what I call Loki and Priest. They're the roundheads compared to Terra's pointier head. I have group designations for my dogs in addition to their normal names. Loki + Terra = the girls. Priest + Terra = the pups or the youngins. Loki + Priest = the roundheads.)

    We did a some training with ol' bucket-head (one of Priest's many nicknames) today, working on a little attitudinal adjustment around other dogs. (I would never partake in an off-lead dog park, but training a hot-head dog outside the fence? Talk about helpful.) Anyhooey, afterward we went to our favorite park in Tulsa. Riverside park. They've got it half torn up to pave the pathways, but we enjoyed the other half.

    Forgive the large file size. I edited them in Photoshop rather than my usual program to keep the quality high.

    Deer? What deer?










    These stone slabs were cool. Like they put them there just so two people with two bulldogs could come along and make urban art. LOL




  2. Patch O' Pits

    Patch O' Pits Good Dog

    Great shots especially the "urban art"
  3. DivineOblivion19

    DivineOblivion19 Good Dog

    Great pics! Gorgeous dogs. :D
  4. Boogieman

    Boogieman Guest

    Great pics baha! :)
  5. Mollie's Nana

    Mollie's Nana Krypto Super Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    Cute pics!!! I love their cute little heads!! :D
  6. diva

    diva Good Dog

    Priest looks so happy in every picture. Loki looks rather bored in some. LOL

    I have all kinds of nicknames for my dogs. My buddy and I often refer to ours as "the red snoots" or "the black snoots".
  7. pitgirl17

    pitgirl17 Welcome Waggin

    Great pictures and beautiful dogs. Thanks for sharing!
  8. CoolHandJean

    CoolHandJean Krypto Super Dog

  9. Debbie

    Debbie Good Dog

    I love, love, love the slab pics !!! And the last one "on the rocks" ;)
  10. kiaransimba

    kiaransimba Good Dog

    I love the art ones those are really nice....But they are all great thanks for sharing!!
  11. kris2642

    kris2642 Good Dog

    What beautiful dogs, and I'm jealous of how well they stand still to take pictures. My dog is a total doofus when it comes to taking a pic he can't sit still for two seconds.
  12. amanda214

    amanda214 Good Dog

    "Urban art" LOL very clever :) Wonderful pictures.
  13. PNWPBR

    PNWPBR Good Dog

    LMAO urban art! I love it
  14. jeoestreich

    jeoestreich GRCH Dog

    Awesome pictures! I love the urban art ones.
  15. Teal

    Teal Krypto Super Dog Premium Member

    I agree... urban art is FANTASTIC!

    Awesome pictures... looks like a really lovely park!

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