Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Two-Legged Dog

Hello everyone!  A very warm welcome to you all!  The video I have chosen for this post is a true and beautiful inspiration! It is 6 minutes in length and well worth your time!  I think the lesson here is to never give up!  Animals can teach us to live in the moment and this dog is no exception!  Enjoy!
 

I am still smiling about my yesterday's post on "A Conversation with a Turkey."  :)  That experience will stay with me for a very long time.

The photos I am sharing today are ones that I took on a nature park walk.  There was a deer and I absolutely loved the face and the greenery!  You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.


Thank you all so much for visiting me here!  I always appreciate and enjoy reading your kind thoughts, which you are always welcome to share by clicking on the 'comments' link at the end of my post.  Comments are moderated.

22 comments:

  1. inspirational video indeed. thank you for sharing =) and i love the photo of the deer. at first glance, i didn't notice it, but then i did, out far back in the background :D

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  2. Bonjour,

    Je suis allée voir votre précédente publication... Ces jours-ci, je suis tellement débordée que je suis très irrégulière pour vous visiter...

    J'étais très intriguée par la traduction google : une conversation avec la "Turquie"!
    Une mauvaise traduction !... qui m'a fait sourire !...

    Merci aujourd'hui de partager avec nous vos belles photos de ce cerf.

    Gros bisous à vous.

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  3. This is greener than green! It is funny...when animals loose a limb, they don't even act like they know it, they just keep on going! Of course we cannot know what goes on in their minds, but we could take a lesson from them!

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  4. Amazing Linda, I've shared the video with my family.
    Great pictures too. Enjoy your breakfast and have a great day.

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  5. Beautiful shots of the deer Linda!

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  6. A brave dog Linda. Great that you were able to make photos of a deer.

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  7. Amazing how adaptable animals, us included, can be if we have to!
    Love those deer shots, Linda. Good eye you have.

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  8. Truly inspiring!

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  9. wow I've heard of dogs that have long their back legs but never their front

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  10. Hi Linda, beautiful this your touching videos
    beasts are called but they are better than us the mancha just the word.

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  11. nice video and beautiful photos

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  12. The story of Faith is unbelievable. Defeating nature, surviving the impossible with some help from the family.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  13. Nature ís amazing, Linda ! Never give up..., a lesson...
    Lie(f)s.

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  14. He is a lovely deer, and animals are incredible creatures, they are inspirational.

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  15. This video brought tears to my eyes. Such a brave dog and such wonderful people to give her a chance! Thank you for sharing this, Linda.

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  16. Thank you for sharing the video! Very interesting and inspirational!

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  17. That dog is an over comer...we could all take lessons...I am still smiling over your turkey video. :)

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  18. Dearest Linda,
    The video of this two-legged dog I'd seen before but one can never see this enough. She shows us perseverance in such a way that we all can learn from her.
    The deer you captured on camera is incredible too.
    Have a nice summer time.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  19. These are lovely photos, Linda. They almost remind me of Monet paintings.

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  20. Magnífico ejemplo de valor y constancia el que nos da ese perrito. Un saludo,

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