Still Life with Bougainvillea, Succulents and Dogs: FOTD Mar 17, 2023

For Cee’s FOTD

7 thoughts on “Still Life with Bougainvillea, Succulents and Dogs: FOTD Mar 17, 2023

    1. lifelessons Post author

      Pretty much. When the dog across the street goes crazy she sometimes answers, but stops when I say NO! and blow my whiste.
      She has not stopped chewing however and Coco has not stopped licking… and they both need to stop jumping up on people. When I have time, I’ll take us all for training.

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      1. Sam

        This time of year Tami licks and scratches so it wakes me at night as she sleeps down near my thigh. Last spring I took her to the vet and he said that she was allergic to some spring thing and gave her a shot~! I do not know what that allergen shot is, but within hours she stopped scratching.

        Well this year she started again, so I gave her a bath and while I was bathing her, I found three fleas~! Unusual because out here there are no other dogs close.. But I still need to go get her that shot again. Ha, I blamed my son for bringing fleas into my house because he has two dogs ,,, probably not true, she also goes places with me when cool enough and could have picked them up at Home Depot where she rides around in the basket like a queen.

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  1. The Inkwell (Pankaj Kumar)

    The situation of two dogs sitting near a pool surrounded by plants and flowers, with their reflections visible in the pool water, presents an interesting perspective on duality and perception. The dogs’ physical presence and their reflections in the water create a sense of duality, representing two sides of the same entity.

    Moreover, the presence of plants and flowers around the pool adds a natural element to the scene, creating a peaceful and serene atmosphere. The juxtaposition of the dogs and the natural environment highlights the idea of balance and harmony between humans and nature.

    The reflection of the dogs in the pool water can be seen as a metaphor for perception and self-awareness. The way the dogs perceive themselves may be different from how others perceive them, and the pool water acts as a mirror, allowing the dogs to see themselves as others see them. This reflection could also represent the concept of self-reflection and introspection, suggesting the importance of taking a step back to reflect on one’s actions and behaviors.

    Overall, this situation presents a thought-provoking image that encourages introspection and contemplation on the interconnectedness of living beings and the natural world. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ˜Š

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