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What is your dog really thinking?

Your canine companion slumbers by your side, but are they dreaming of you? Do they feel guilty about stealing your steak off the kitchen counter and eating it for dinner? 666 more words

Dogs

Class of 2017 hosts first Annual Bark in the Brehm Dog Show

UT’s class of 2017 held the first annual Bark in the Brehm Dog Show on Sunday, March 30 which consisted of obedience classes, agility courses and even search dog demonstrations. 285 more words

Brianna Bivens

Day Thirteen: Bark

Old knotted skin, a layer of brown panelling protecting inner sap and softness, the deep crevices of armour plating on a wooden armadillo. Here we can trace the lines of your history, palm-istry and divination, but only of your past – seeing the hearts and arrows of long-dead love affairs and the scrapings and wounds from sharpened antlers, the fingernail crescents of hugs, dugouts of small feet climbing eagerly, eyes and knots and eerie faces carved by time and weather, your wounds becoming trophies somehow, like our wrinkles, each one hard earned, precious, costly, best worn with acceptance and humility. 31 more words

Trees, bark and timber

Bark is effectively the skin of the tree and it overlays the wood. The bark itself has inner and outer layers, in older stems the inner bark is living tissue while the outer bark is dead tissue. 133 more words

Sandra Danby

Lola Again

Lola in the yard -
again she barks
at birds and shadow

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© Steve Mitchell 2014

Haiku

Things from Wells (1) photo

A walk along the beach and through the pine woods…so many beautiful things to capture, these are all the things that just say ‘Wells-next-the-Sea’

Photography

Bark of the Woods


“On pavements and the bark of trees I have found whole worlds.”
- Mark Tobey

Photography