Weakly Challenge Post (not a typo): Contrast

I am hurting from a bike accident, but must not miss the weekly challenge.  Such dedication . . . or obsession.

Below is another study in contrasts, and this one contributed to my fall; but I am not holding a grudge.  Look at that face.  Could you?

About apronheadlilly

wife and mother, musician, composer / poet, teacher, and observer of the world, flawed Christ-follower
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16 Responses to Weakly Challenge Post (not a typo): Contrast

  1. muse4me says:

    Impossible! There is a thingamajig called a dog jogger that is a pipe that attaches to your bike, the short leash attaches to the pipe and then you can ride/jog with him without having him cutting in front of you. The only thing you have to be careful of his that he doesn’t pull you sideways. Use google, there are all different models. Feel better! xoxo Elaine

    • I think I will let hubby take this over now that he is recovered. The post was the problem–oh, and my decision to not stop and walk between. With the fence down, JD had options. He did not choose thr right one, of course. I will check out the tool for Kel, but I think I’m done! Argh.

  2. maenamor says:

    nice doggie photo…hope your feeling better soon 🙂

  3. SL Schildan says:

    Lilly, I’m sorry you had a bike accident. 😦 Feel better soon.

    Your photos of contrasts are wonderful. The top photo is gorgeous and the bottom photo…your beautiful dog is, well, “beautiful.” 😀

  4. Madhu says:

    Sorry about the accident! Nice interpretations, especially the textured wood against the fur of the culprit!

  5. Louise says:

    what a beautiful doggie!! Love the contrast in foliage too, but what a beautiful doggie!!

  6. tootlepedal says:

    Fine pictures for an invalid.

  7. katehobbs says:

    The photo of your dog is a great example of camoflage. Great shot.
    I do love the burning red leaves against the green evergreen in your first photo.

  8. Lindy Lee says:

    Both photos are excellent depictions of nature’s diverse talents; pine trees with cones, leaves that turn bright red, wood, canines and one very gifted, artistic photographer…

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