Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Tess by Glennis

,My friend, Glennis, sent me this lovely photograph of Tess today:
It is always difficult to get Tess in a position which makes a photograph easy to take, but Glennis has managed it here - so hope you  enjoy.   And thank-you Glennis (thanks from Tess too.)

28 comments:

Gwil W said...

Super. Like a child sticking it's tongue out.

Derek Faulkner said...

That's a cracker Pat, you must be well chuffed.

Joanne Noragon said...

Well done, and a lovely little terrier.

Yorkshire Pudding said...

That's a lovely photo and the grass is so green.

Tom Stephenson said...

That's what I am always telling Tess.

jinxxxygirl said...

So great Pat!!! You HAVE to have a great picture of your baby! Hugs! deb

Midmarsh John said...

A lovely photo to treasure.

Fairtrader said...

Oh, Pat, that is a very lovely terrier, you've got there!! What a nice pcture. Ours, named Alma, loved to pose and we have several fantastic pictures of her. I understand if you frame this one, it certainly cheers anyone up, with the grass and her smile...!!!

Frugal in Derbyshire said...

Great picture! I can almost hear a raspberry being blown!
Gill

Sue said...

She looks very cute.

Simon Douglas Thompson said...

Like trying to get a decent shot of the much missed cat. Absolutely impossible!

donna baker said...

She looks like the perfect dog.

Wilma said...

Sweet photo of Tess. How were her grass allergies this past summer?

Frances said...

Who could not see that photo and begin to smile...or even giggle or laugh. It's a super portrait. Tess sur l'herbe. With as wonderful a personality as a super dog should keep handy. xo

angryparsnip said...

I miss my Border Terrier Samantha so much. Besides Scotties they are great smart little dogs with terrific personalities .
That is just a great photo of her.

cheers, parsnip

Starting Over, Accepting Changes - Maybe said...

Dogs can get away with sticking out their tongue and still look adorable.

susie @ persimmon moon cottage said...

Tess is so cute. Such a happy picture.

Alphie Soup said...

Lovely Tess photo. One for the mantlepiece!

Alphie

Cro Magnon said...

She looks a right little character! And what luscious grass you have.

Librarian said...

Sweet picture! I know what you mean - animals rarely do what we want them to do for a good picture :-)
My mother-in-law has two cats. Whenever I am at her place and try to take a picture of both of them looking at the camera, it is impossible. I think they deliberately agree on at least one of them always looking the opposite way!

thelma said...

Gorgeous photo, beautiful cheeky little dog!

potty said...

That surely is one to frame. My late father and our former dog - a cocker spaniel - were always looking good in any photograph that was taken. In the days of 24 snaps and off to Boots, group photos were always 'not quite' with one member of the group, but Dad and Welly were perfect.

Heather said...

Dear little Tess - what a beautiful portrait. Your friend did well to capture the moment so perfectly.

Derek Faulkner said...

I have to agree with Cro about the grass, it's a while since I've seen grass as lush and green as that.

Linda Metcalf said...

Beautiful pup! He's sticking his tongue out at her :)

The Broad said...

Ahh, what a little sweetie!

Barbara Womack said...

What a great photo!
...and the grass is amazing!

The Weaver of Grass said...

Thanks everyone. I passed on your compliments to Tess but not sure she understood!!

Wilma - her grass allergies are just as bad but at last the vet has a new treatment which keeps it at bay.