waiting, impatiently

This Blood Bassett Hound
was waiting for her HIS person to finish shopping
at the Sunday Farmer's Market
behind the
Museum of Natural History
on Columbus Avenue

Edited because I am dim:
First Deb Lehrer pointed out this is not a bloodhound, but a Bassett, thanks Debs!
Then ToonMan explained that in the last photo, its not a leg but a .. well, it turns out this is a male dog.... Sigh

33 comments:

  1. so well captured! the expressions are so endearing! lovely!

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  2. Awwww, what a long face. I hope his person brought him a treat for waiting so patiently.

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  3. Should be painted by a master, he looks like royalty!

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  4. She looks very patient. But then, bloodhounds always look that way, don't they? or maybe just resigned.

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  5. A day in the sun for this sweet creature thanks to your roving camera's eye. Love the one on the far right. Posing?
    Have a great weekend!

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  6. I just so love the expressions on a blood hound! These are great Daryl!
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  7. He's so homely that he's cute. And apparently bored!

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  8. Poor old guy. Hope he didn't have to wait too long.

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  9. An animal that grabs my heart, Daryl! How can anyone leave his dog alone ties to a fence. He looks so sad! :)

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  10. I usually love to see your photos of "man's best friend" waiting on their owners but this one disturbs because it looks like his leash is tied so short! Can he even move?

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  11. What a lovely dog! What a sweet face she has!

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  12. Bassets are the perfect "waiting" pooch. They don't have a lot of get up and go which is a good thing! He's adorable. Love those ears!!!

    Hey, it's downright chilly here. I"m striking out with my Ipod in a few to try and walk the hills around my neighborhood. Hope I don't have to call a cab to get home!
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  13. your edit part made me laugh

    is that his leg or was he just happy to have his photo taken

    I love him, especially since he appears to have the same thing happening with his chin(s) that I do

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  15. Ha, great lookin dog and I like your "edits"
    Jeeez, I don't think anyone ever mistook mine for my leg. . .;)

    Had to delete the previous post as I mis spelled terribly. . .

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  16. What a face! Hope his person returned soon...

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  17. LOL... well he is a cutie whatever he is. The edit part made me chuckle....

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  18. he is a very sweet looking boy, regardless...
    nice shots

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  19. You're not dim. Blood, basset, basket case...what's the dif?

    Now, regarding the other leg, well...you should know better! ;-))

    Such a cutie. I wouldn't leave him anywhere for any reason!

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  20. Well, I'll take your word on the type of dog, but that's one appendage which sure looks like a leg.

    Glad I'm not a female bassett.

    Or am I?

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  21. Hee hee hee. Lovely dog, fab pics, but the edits made it brilliant. :D

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  22. Look at him with that face all hanging out like he can't help it!

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  23. I love Bassets, they're so adorably doofy. But for having such short legs, they can seriously haul ass when they're properly motivated!

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  24. What a face. One can do nothing but love him!

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  25. Great shots! What an expressive dog, he is really being patient!

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  26. First, I laugh at the added note. Hilarious. But I love Bassett Hounds. My mother actually loved them and always wanted one. We finally got one when I was getting out of college. I lived at home them because I had been gone away to school since I was 15, so it didn't seem like I needed to move out right away. That was one of the nicest dogs we ever had. We lived in the country and she roamed all over the place and found a Bassett girlfriend to run around with. We would see them romping through fields and woods miles in any direction.

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  27. Oh Lord! Too funny!

    Ahem on the - his.....

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