SERENDIPITY PHOTO PROMPT 2015 – 27: AT HOME WITH DOGS

SERENDIPITY PHOTO PROMPT 2015 – 27
28 octoBER 2015: AT HOME WITH DOGS

With Halloween a couple of days away and the foliage finally at peak — two weeks behind schedule — the weather is beginning to cool down.

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The fuchsia are gone, interred with the memories of summer so recently passed. Chrysanthemums stand in their place on the deck.

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The World Series is being played out, Kansas City Royals facing down the New York Mets. For lots of reasons, this is a great match-up, but we had wistfully hoped the Cubs would finally get a shot at the Big One. Maybe next year.

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Life has begun to move inside. Pictures are taken from doorways and windows and the view from my picture window is a bit mind-boggling. I think you’d have to see it with your own eyes to believe it … but just for the record, a few pictures seem to be in order.

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Bob Mielke has settled in. With three photographers and who knows how many cameras in this house, I figure little will go undocumented.

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Bonnie is off to the groomer today … and when she gets home, we will get several hours of her being clean and smelling good before she can roll in dirt until she smells like a proper Scottie.

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And at least one more of Bishop, who seems to have a genuine love for having his picture taken …

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Garry got serious about our downtown graveyard. I’m saving the rest of his great photos for Halloween. Boo!

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When we next meet, Halloween will have passed, so may the spooks, goblins, vampires, ghosts, and other denizens of the dark and dubious places of the earth be kind to you on All Hallows Eve. Don’t let the zombies bite!


Should you decide to accept this challenge, you can use a picture from this or any post of mine  — or any other picture you like. Write something about the picture or make something up, using a photograph — any photo — as a jumping off point.

This is the easiest prompt in the world.



Categories: Autumn, Blackstone Valley, dogs, Nature, Photography

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10 replies

  1. I hope that this is in the right place for linking to your blog hop #27 AT home with the dogs.

    I miss our dog and his funny antics!

    Here is my link. http://aseasonandatime.blogspot.com/2015/11/serendipity-photo-prompt-2015-27-at.html

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  2. I couldn’t do few prompts and I feel sad for that. Now you will say, “Don’t worry. They will keep on coming. You can always jump in ! ” So I must tell you that I love doing your prompts because I joined it from the first day. Sort of special for me. I will try doing this one soon. Lovely pics as usual.

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  3. I don’t think the Cubbies could have lost one in more heartbreaking fashion than the Mets did last night. Not that I got to watch since the last half of the game was played while I was at work… but I did tune in just in time to see Fox’s broadcast truck go kablooey…

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    • We tuned out for a while, then came back to see the end. That was just the first game … shades of 1986 and Bill Buckner … and it was almost 6 hours of all out baseball. I think this series will be ultimately won by whoever has the most players still standing by the final game … and Garry is predicting a full seven. It was a great game. Since our team isn’t in it, we can watch it for the art.

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  4. Too chilly already for me. I’m enjoying this World Series with no real emotional investment. Two fundamentally sound teams going at each other, playing the game as it was meant to be played. I hope the Red Sox — from their vacation homes — are watching the Royals and Mets. As the guy says in “NCIS: New Orleans” —- “go and learn things”.

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  5. A good one!! Please note remarks on your site. Time to get the campaign for Prez underway. It’s only 13 months till the election!

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