Edmonds Dog Park in September
After the morning downpour, the warmth of the afternoon sun felt even better. Down to the off-leash park to photograph DOGS!
I was also testing out my brand new, super fast action shooting camera.
I met Willy the German Shepard who quivered with excitement to chase the orange ball. There was the little guy who walked very stiffly as he was getting knee replacement surgery the first week of October.
The dog with a stick was a Pit-Bull mix who was absolutely the cutest and very gentle, and two fine looking Giant Schnauzers. One was in the water non-stop and the other was 14 years old and was a bit less playful. He needed a helping hand into the vehicle.
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