Animals, Wordless Wednesday Way Back Wednesday: Liam on Snowy Upper Narrows Image February 10, 2021 Laurie Graves 51 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebook Related
51 thoughts on “Way Back Wednesday: Liam on Snowy Upper Narrows”
This is a great shot, and a treat story!
Thanks so much!
Now, that’s winter. I like the few berries remaining on the shrubs, too. Somehow they heighten the effect.
Darned spellcheck. It has a mind of its own!!
It looks very cold in that photo. I am glad Liam has nice, long hair to keep him warm. Great shot of him in all that snow.
Many thanks! Liam loved the snow.
Beautiful memories are a wonderful thing. ❤️
They surely are.
He was definitely a dog of the North! Miss that sweet boy!!
Dear Liam! Such a sweet, faithful companion! I am glad you have the memories to comfort you and Clif.
Thanks, Lavinia! Such a wonderful dog.
What a gorgeous dog! I’m assuming he’s at the Bridge now? If so, I’ll bet he and my Dallas are romping and zooming with abandon, their long furs flowing behind them!!
Yes, he has been gone for two and a half years. Your lovely description brought tears to my eyes.
So sorry to make you weepy, Laurie. It’s just that I have to hang onto a mental picture of how happy my Dallas is so I don’t fall apart every time I think about him (and how much I miss him).
Oh, absolutely! No worries at all.
Beautiful memories of your sweet boy Laurie 🐾💖🐾
Thanks, Xenia. Liam was one of a kind in the best way possible.
Dogs do seem to love the snow don’t they? Lovely memories.
Liam certainly did. His thick fur coat made him a perfect dog of the north.
What a great shot… I bet it brings back memories.
Sure does! One day we walked to the far end to visit friends.
Liam in a wonderful winterland… or do I mean winter wonderland?
Both sound great!
Great picture and memories.
Yes, yes! Many thanks.
What a beautiful photo and memory. Lovely.
Aw, sweet boy. He was a good dog. ❤
One of the sweetest dogs in Winthrop.
Liam definitely needed all his fur for the winters he saw!
He surely did! Liam, a true dog of the north, loved winter.
Such pictures are filled with poignancy and meaning … how precious to have such a wonderful memory stored up to look at after the time. We never forget.
Goodness, that looks freezing
Very cold snow winter that year, in 2005. Liam wasn’t even a year old then.
A beautiful photo. You must miss him.
Many thanks! I surely do.
Lovely composition in what must such a poignant image
So much has changed in our lives!
They have! And how miss those who have passed, human and nonhuman alike.
Wonderful photo and memories!
Yes, yes! Many thanks!
Beautiful photos, Laurie. ❤
I know I’m not the most sensitive of people, and it is a great shot, but I’m in awe of the fact that his feet can stand the cold. Mine can’t, even when they are in shoes and socks. Dogs are mysterious creatures. Cats, I can understand – sitting by the fire and moving only to eat…
Right? Love cats, but to me, dogs are utterly amazing. 😉
I just don’t understand how their feet work… 🙂
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