Wander in Simplicity

 

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“Let your mind wander in simplicity, blend your spirit with the vastness, follow along with things the way they are, and make no room for personal views – then the world will be governed.”

~ Zhuangzi

Saturday Night Slideshow

 

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 Dawg’s Comment: Wishing my buddy Ralph a safe and comfortable flight. Tonights slideshow is from one of my favourite beach spots Lulworth, I feel it necessary to make comment on the over abundant roadkill on the ways there and back. My people managed to slow down for slow moving birds, rabbits, a wallaby and two wombats, hey, it’s their planet too!

Friday Frolics

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Dawg’s View: Fantastic Afternoon on beach, frolicking with my friendly wave elementals whilst followed by a Documentary Crew . Tomorrow I’m told will be a fabulous Saturday Night Slideshow starring an exceptionally good looking and charismatic action star canine.

Make Mistakes

 

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“I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing your world. You’re doing things you’ve never done before, and more importantly, you’re doing something.”

~ Neil Gaiman

On the beach

Wednesday, Lulworth Beach, Tasmania, Dawg’s View. A Paws for Reflection.

Dawg’s Personal Assistant: Tomorrow, being New Years Eve and Frankie not being actively encouraged to join in the pyrotechnic shenanigans I may be posting a more expansive slideshow of Frankie’s exceptional galavantings on the beach/in the surf with appropriate words of wisdom for the New Year. Warmest Affections to you and your family.

Lulworth Pt.2 ~ Poetry

 

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“The winds, the sea, and the moving tides are what they are. If there is wonder and beauty and majesty in them, science will discover these qualities… If there is poetry in my book about the sea, it is not because I deliberately put it there, but because no one could write truthfully about the sea and leave out the poetry.”

~ Rachel Carson