Last week, Porridge and I stepped out for a walk to our favourite place, Chaos du Gouët
with our chums Lucy and Mol.
We were both armed with cameras, and I noticed, in the way of men in the changing room, that her apparatus was considerably larger than mine. I look forward to seeing her results on her blog. So I have decided to leave the arty blow ups alone for the moment and concentrate on action shots.
At least, that is what my new intelligent camera decided for me.
We set off along the river bank clicking away happily:
There were great big rounded rocks and flat table-like stones crying out to have a picnic eaten off them.
Some of us found the rocks a bit too big, but they were very brave.
Some of us were very interested in the swimming opportunities.
It was difficult to decide which pool to choose.
But they were all rather good.
Occasionally, sticks were retrieved.
But only if we felt like it...
Sometimes the gaps between the rocks looked too big and dangerous, especially with one's nearest and dearest on the other side of the river. The only solution was to sit down and do a lot of nervous barking...
Sometimes we even lost our chums altogether.
But then we found them again..
Well there we go, first major outing for the new camera. If you click on the pictures some of the dogs are actually in focus, which will do for now. I hope to get a bit more proficient when we go on holiday down South to Limoux...
STOP PRESS...go and see a superb slideshow of the same walk at Lucy's