Eye Spy My Dog (and a Fly)

My final post this week, as part of the Eye Spy theme, for the wordpress photographic challenge, is two photos of actual eyes. The first is a picture of my dog, who loves it when I go to the beach to either take photos, or in this case look at the rocks!

My bedraggled dog at the beach

My bedraggled dog at the beach

The second photo was taken at the back of this beach, at Ravenscraig, near Kirkcaldy, and is of a fly sitting on an Oxeye Daisy.

Fly on Oxeye Daisy

Fly’s Eyes on Oxeye Daisy

 

 

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53 thoughts on “Eye Spy My Dog (and a Fly)

      • Swimming is definitely a great way to exercise Millie. My daughter loves swimming too, if we go to the beach, she always goes in, whatever time of the year it is!! I went in last year at the end of September, but it was only for 10 minutes, it was bitterly cold 😦 She doesn’t seem to notice it, and stayed in for over an hour! Getting older really sucks!! LOL! 🙂

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      • Getting older sucks in all things, Andy! I do keep myself fit, simply because I always have done and don’t see any reason to change until I have to. I don’t know how old your daughter is, but she’s very brave to swim in the sea up there in september. Wow, that must have been cold. Ah, well, that does make me feel my age. My swimming is done in a nice warm pool! 🙂

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      • Lol!!! I’m getting to realise this, having to wear glasses to read on the pc, not being quite so surefooted whilst climbing on rocks, freezing my bits off from 10 mins swimming!! Lol!! I’m not normally that brave, most our swimming is done in a nice warm swimming pool 🙂
        I just didn’t want to be outdone by my 13 year old daughter! Lol! 🙂

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      • All kids make you feel old, Andy – just looking at them, for a start! But that’s also very lovely. Being young is the start of many wonderful things ahead. Life goes on. I did a course on genetics during my geology training (as part of palaeontology) and the idea of ‘the immortal gene’ is always with me.Thirteen is a wonderful age – so much to look forward to in the years ahead. 🙂

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