We can hope that recent events in the Middle East do not lead to more trauma and horror inflicted on war dogs and their handlers.
This close-up only begins to reveal the exquisite wood work done by James Mellick, the artist who created the works on display in the exhibit Canine Warriors – Courage and Sacrifice, Always Beside You, at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. I was deeply moved by this ten-figure exhibit depicting the traumas and horrors that war dogs and their handlers can experience. See yesterday’s post.
Please put the computer away.
One year later, this photo still greatly amuses me. Fitzi, right in front of me with stick in mouth and in a very high pounce, invites me to play.
This rope toy is the coolest thing ever and I’m going to run around with it.
I came across this photo while paging through files.
Lucy was a pretty girl a year ago, wasn’t she? I can assure you that she still is, always will be.