Posted by Conor Cullen
My dog Rusty having a ball at Curracloe yesterday. I got lots of photos of him having fun, but this is my favourite.
Posted on December 30, 2012, in Environment, Ireland, Nature, Photography, Wexford and tagged beach, Dog, Golden Retriever, having fun, photos, Rusty. Bookmark the permalink. 32 Comments.
Beautiful! I love this picture, just wonderful 🙂
Thanks Anette 🙂
Such a sweet picture!
“Gotta run, gotta run… gotta run….” 😀
Such a free spirit, no worries no hurries. Nice 🙂
🙂 Thanks John!
Reminds me of my Frances. She loves to run… on the beach, in the snow, in the park…away from me. She’s really my husband’s dog when it comes to listening to commands.
Ha! Bit of a free spirit then? Rusty is normally on the lead when we’re out, but there was no-one within a mile of us at the top of the beach yesterday so i let him run free. He loved it! He is very good. He will only go so far and then check to see where you are. He will always follow. That shot is taken after I called him back.
He has a huge smile on his face. Fun pic.
Thanks Noah. Happy New Year!
On a pure aesthetic level, the image has beautiful neutral blues that I love, but really what makes it is the emotion on his face! So loveable!
Thanks so much! He’s very loveable 🙂
Like a Happy Rocket he is!
Ha! I like that analogy 🙂
Now THAT’S a dog smiling! Is there anything more contagious than seeing such pure joy and freedom?! Made me smile – thank you for that! Give Rusty a pat and a treat from me!
Ha! Glad you smiled. He makes me smile all the time! I’ll send a pat and a treat his way with your best wishes! 🙂
Soo sweet. We love our dogs, and happy to see your Rusty is a happy dude, as well!
Ha! Thanks. He is in his element right there 🙂
I love any picture of a happy dog; Rusty is in his element! You have a great talent; do you sell your work or is it just for pleasure? ~Rainey
Thanks Rainey! Just for fun 🙂
so cute 🙂 I love this picture !
Thanks Patricia 🙂
Great shot, love the facial expression
Cheers! He’s an expressive dog 🙂
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