Molly 8 Weeks Old With Her English Springer Spaniel Mum, Holly.
Max - Labradoodle - Born 21st July 2014 Molly - Springerdoodle - Born 7th January 2012
Max’s mum and gran-mum are both chocolate coloured Labradoodles. His dad is a Standard Poodle. This makes Max a F3b type Labradoodle - third generation. F stands for Filial - (relating to or due from a son or daughter) 3 stands for generation, and b stands for back-crossing with one of the parent’s breed, in this case (and typically), the Standard Poodle. His coat is a wool coat which means he has tight thick curls; whilst Molly my Springerdoodle - English Springer Spaniel and Miniature Poodle hybrid - has a wavy fleececoat; which means her coat is wavy and is tightly curled only when wet. Molly’s coat is soft and silky, whilst Max’s coat is denser and coarser which makes it harder to clip and takes forever to dry - lol. Whilst Molly’s coat can air dry in the sun in half an hour on a walk, Max takes all day and night to fully air dry and therefore requires the help of a hairdryer. Finally, Max has an undercoat and Molly doesn’t.
The photographs on this page were taken using my Nikon Coolpix S7000. It’s ideal for popping into my pocket on my daily explorations with Molly and Maximilian.
The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart.
20th January 2016 Sunrise Through Peter’s Wood
21st January 2016 - Max 18 Months Old Today
22nd January 2016 - Bathing Blue Tit
23rd January 2016 - Seaton Sluice Beach The Red Sky Lasted A Few Minutes & Was Gone
24th January 2016 - Afternoon Walk
The church image above was shot with my Nikon Coolpix S7000 camera using 40X Dynamic Zoom - no tripod. The image of the church below, highlighted, was taken from the same spot without zoom.
25th January 2016 - Lovely Predawn
26th January 2016 The following images were taken with A Nikon 3200 DSLR camera and a Metz Electronic Flash unit.
28th January 2016
30th January 2016 - Extremely Windy A Big Thanks To Bob For Picking Up My Camera Last Week On The Beach & Returning It To Me Today.
1st February 2016
2nd February 2016 - Beautiful Sunrise
Daytime Sky - Beautiful Oil-drop Colours 2PM
Molly & Max After Their Morning Haircuts
3rd February 2016
4th February 2016 - First Daffodils Of The Year (Found broken in my local wood).
Sunday 7th February - Absolutely Stunning Sunrise Over Seaton Sluice Beach
9th February 2016. Two Years Today Since Peter Died. Daffodils Next To Peter’s Ashes In Local Wood.
Pussy Willows - 9th February 2016
11th February 2016 - Icy Morning, First Snow Drops
12th February 2016 - The Frozen Tundra
14th February 2016 - Tide’s Coming! Two Years Today Since Peter’s Funeral - Peter, you’d love Maxim; and Molly misses her Daddy; - she still looks for you!
High Tide 7.32 am - Right Up To The Sand Dunes. No Beach Left.
15th February 2016
18th February 2016
21st February 2016 - Morning Beach Walk Seaton Sluice Beach & Harbour
22nd February Molly & Max Sleeping
23rd - February Icy Still Life - Click To Enlarge
1st March 2016 - Max’s New Hide Chews
3rd March 2016 - Beautiful Frosty Morning
13th March 2016 - St. Mary’s Lighthouse Beach Walk - A Beautiful Hazy Sunshine Morning
14th March 2016
Peter - 9th March 1950 to 9th February 2014 The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart.
Chiquitita, you and I know. How the heartaches come and they go and the scars they’re leaving. You’ll be dancing once again and the pain will end, there will be no time for grieving. Chiquitita, you and I cry. But the sun is still in the sky and shining above you. Let me hear you sing once more like you did before, sing a new song Chiquitita. Try once more like you did before, sing a new song Chiquitita.