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Thursday, August 4, 2016

My personal photographer's photos

    That's right, I have a personal photographer. I can no longer walk the red crushed-rock paths around the coulee nearby, nor can our wonderful dog Lindy, but my husband goes out every afternoon or evening. I love it when he does evenings, because sometimes his photos are extraordinary. (see previous post)

    However, in a previous post I said I would have more about coulees. These photos were taken some years ago, at a particularly rocky part of our coulee, and of course the first and last ones feature our dog Lindy when she was younger. She didn't climb around on the rocks, but she loved walking the paths with her daddy. (I know, I know, sappy old lady talking about her dog.)
Photos by Richard Schear     

































9 comments:

Fun60 said...

The rock formations and colours are beautiful as is Lindy of course.

Phil Slade said...

Hi Kay. Now you have me doing a search as I didn't know the proper meaning of coulee. Not a word we use in the UK.

Wiki - "The word coulee comes from the Canadian French coulée, from the French word couler meaning "to flow".

The term is often used interchangeably in the Great Plains for any number of water features, from ponds to creeks."

So know I know thanks to Wiki and your personal photographer.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Fascinating rock formations... YAM xx

Red said...

I'll say your husband had a good eye for photos in the coulee.

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

The rock, and your pup, are absolutely beautiful, Kay!!!!

Powell River Books said...

Such interesting rocks. I'm such a rock hound! - Margy

manali - himachal pradesh said...

Nicely captured.

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Terrific photos. And you aren't sappy at all. I have two dogs and a cat, and I write about them all the time. And if you're sappy, then I'm sappy...and I don't want to be sappy, so you can't be either!

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

They are amazing! I've never seen one!