The SWEETEST Video, Ever… for Saturday’s PhoBlog Day!






I hope that you can watch this video.  Unfortunately, it is only on FaceBook.

So, if you don’t have FaceBook, you won’t be able to view it.

To me, this is the sweetest video ever.  It is a big dog, teaching a little dog the ropes!

CLICK HERE to watch the video, or click on the image below.

Click image to watch the sweetest video EVER.

Click image to watch the sweetest video EVER.

WHO IS BIGGER?

WHO IS BIGGER?

White moose - rare

White moose – rare

 

Love this!

Love this!

 

I wish I knew where this was...

I wish I knew where this was…

maybe ....

maybe ….

 

Sweetie

Sweetie

 

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Another - lion dog...

Another – lion dog…

 

Sweet

Sweet

 

smarty sea lion!

smarty sea lion!

 

Poor baby.

Poor baby.

 

OMG the grooming!

OMG the grooming!

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3 comments have been posted...

  1. Bonnie Bishop

    Here is the story behind the plowing and planting, cool, in the areial photos go down the links to the left, it shows various times of the planting.

    The first information, sorry was a article in a Budapest Newspaper about land art, it used this picture as well as many other types of land art.

    PS it is near Barrie in Toronto Canada, but I am sure it is gone now, not sure.
    Bonnie

    Thanks for leading me on this search for the horse, I love research!

  2. Bonnie Bishop

    Part of land art rooted in ancient soils lie in drawings, such as those in the Peruvian Nazca plateau is found. These works have in common to be considered as a whole, just over the height, and therefore not admitted once the physical difficulties, the public usually only photographs or video footage they be disclosed

    this is the translation from Hungarian about the picture of the land art horse in harness, do not know if this is where it was, just that I found this picture in the hungarian post.

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