Something a little quiet for today using the Polamatic app on Hubble. Some of you who keep up with the other blog, know about this app already. Basically it imitates the films and effects of the old Polaroid cameras, right down the whirring sound of the film as it is being processed. Unfortunately, the app is no longer available in the US app store, which is a real shame.

It has been a hectic week of writing for me, with not a lot of time to put something together. But when you have a small dog and sort-of-big ball, you have something to work with.

Today’s Dog Quote:

A dog is grateful for what is, which I am finding to be the soundest kind of wisdom and very good theology.
β€”Carrie Newcomer

Image taken with the Polamatic camera and processed using the SFX70 presets

For today: Contemplation




36 thoughts on “Contemplation

  1. Do you have a book with all your dog pictures? If not – seriously you should. I’m not even close to being a dog person and I LOVE your pictures! Imagine what it’ll do for people who really love dogs πŸ™‚

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    • πŸ™‚ I had to laugh when I read this comment, because it is something I have been hearing from many people–especially the part about their not being a dog person. Thank you so much Donna- I really appreciate you visiting and I am also enjoying your Angel Hugs blog. Lots of good stuff to think about there-

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    • Ha! Thank you Sally-Hubble is not the most contemplative of dogs (that is more Jack Henry’s speciality) but when there is a ball involved, I can see those gears at work as to how he is going to make off with it-even when it is bigger than his mouth- πŸ˜‰


  2. Like it. It is as if he is deciding just how to get the ball in his mouth. Or thinking, “What an idiot! Does he really think I can mouth this”. ( no insult intended with this comment, only jest)


    • No doubt a little of both might be running through his mind, though I have learned that Hubble is at least willing to see how much of his mouth he can get around a big ball-and unfortunately, the ball suffers for it-Thanks so much for visiting us!

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    • Me too Susan! I love instant photography. Hubble was a real good boy-he knows that at the end of any session there is a treat or two waiting for him. He has come a long way with this endeavor. Thanks for looking!


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