From the Archives . . .

of Jack Henry. Tying up loose ends before the holidays and all the publishers shut down for their vacations means not a lot of time for other things. So I reached back into the past.

Today’s Dog Quote:

“There’s often a reason why people and dogs bite. It’s about self-protection. If we respect what we may not know about the suffering of others and look at them compassionately, we open the door that can lead to understanding.” 
― Jennifer Skiff, The Divinity of Dogs: True Stories of Miracles Inspired by Man’s Best Friend

Image taken with Nikon D50 and processed with Photoshop

For today: The Elusive Spirit

The Elusive Spirit

The Elusive Spirit


7 thoughts on “From the Archives . . .

  1. A really interesting and unconventional portrait, Meg! One can easily tell this is Jack Henry. The strong built, the broad head and all. 🙂 Very well captured. I hadn’t seen this image before. Thanks for reposting it, Meg 🙂


    • Thank you Uday-this was taken a little over a year ago and I was lucky to catch Jack Henry standing still–at that time, he just whirled around the back yard chasing squirrels and birds–he is a little more laid back these days and lets Hubble do all the chasing- 🙂


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