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Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Wordless Wednesday - Siberian Husky Graphics

Hiya everyone!
Happy Wednesday :)
It's time for the BlogPaws Wordless Wednesday hop!


Today, we bloggers get to give they keyboard a break,and let our photos do the talking, so sit back, relax and enjoy our latest photo effects.

I am proud to show you my newest set of graphics, featuring my husky pack.


This first one (above) is my FAV! It features my husky, Mika, and for those of you who have not heard the poem in this graphic, please take a moment to read it now. I absolutely love it!


If you have trouble seeing the words in my graphic, please read below :

When God had made the earth and sky,
the flowers, and the trees,
he then made all the animals,
the fish, the birds and the bees.
And when at last he'd finished,
not one was quite the same.
He said "i'll walk this world of mine,
and give each one a name.
and so, he traveled far and wide,
and everywhere he went,
a little creature followed him, 
until it's strength was spent.
When all were named upon the earth,
and in the sky and sea,
the little creature said "Dear Lord, 
there's not one left for me."
Kindly, the father said to him,
"I've left you to the end.
I've turned my own name back to front, 
and called you dog, my friend."

Beautiful right?



The above photo is my girl Lexus. The quote on this, couldn't be more true!
"You can always find hope in a dogs eyes"
- Author unknown

I don't know about you, but my huskies eyes tell me SO much. They have so many different expressions and feelings going on in them, just as we humans do. In my dogs eyes, I see love, I see frustration, I see determination, and of course, I see their stubborn streak!
How about you?
What do you see in your dogs eyes?

Thanks for joining us today, and don't forget to link up with Ruckus and I for tomorrows Thoughtless Thursday blog hop.


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45 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Now what I see when I look in my eyes is hunger. I am always hungry, and it it quite difficult to get an abundant amount of carrots around here.

    WOOF

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    1. BOL!!!!! Hunger! Of course! I forgot that one!

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  2. Beautiful just beautiful. You are doing such great work.

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  3. What a beautiful poem! And graphics for that matter!

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    1. I know, I just love that poem!
      Thanks :)

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  4. I always LOVE that first one. It brings tears to my eyes because I just know it is true! happy WW

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    1. It is beautiful, I know.
      Thanks so much Oz :)

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  5. Lovely. Really beautiful. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  6. Beautiful!

    My cat Athena's eyes tell me so much too. No words needed. I can understand her and she understands me.

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    1. Exactly! I can have a whole conversation with my huskies just by reading their eyes. It's a beautiful thing really.

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  7. Lovely poem and great photo edits.

    Sheba.

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  8. PAWsome! Love the second quote. Have a wonderful Wednesday. Golden Woofs

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  9. I love that poem and your pictures are beautiful!

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  10. That poem is one of my favorites and it goes beautifully with your photo. Yes, dog's eyes say so many things. Bentley can get the look of the deepest love that I've ever felt.

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    1. I know! And it is such an amazing feeling when you can look into your dogs eyes and see and feel that!

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  11. I LOVE that poem and the graphic you made for it is beautiful! Here's what I see in my dogs' eyes: Luke - mischief, Cricket - obsessiveness (staring crazily at a ball!) and Sheba's - peace.
    Lots of wags and woofs from the crew at Wag n Woof Pets

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    1. BOL at Cricket! hahaha!
      Thanks Jan, have a great evening!

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  12. Those were really beautiful graphics!

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  13. The poem is lovely and the graphics are great!

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  14. Those are some of your best yet!

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  15. Another great pair of graphics!! That picture of Mika is wonderful.

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  16. You certainly can find hope in the eyes of a dog, often linked to food :D

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  17. I am loving the words and images very spiritual x

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  18. just lovely and thanks for sharng the hop have a great week

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