waiting, impatiently


Which way did they go, boys, which way did they go?
These 3 doxies were at the Green Market a few weeks ago.

31 comments:

  1. the human walking by in the background adds that certain something. nicely done Daryl!

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  2. one is wearing your name! cute and so shiny. them not your name.

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  3. Quite a trio. Is the one pointed the other way actually the leader? or just confused.

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  4. Cute. Here at the dog track they have the annual weiner dog run. Never been to it but it sounds hysterical.

    Thanks for stopping by via POTW.

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  5. Looks like quite the handful to me. Whenever I see more than two dogs being walked on a line I think of one of my favorite movies, Moonstruck. The grandfather has a dozen dogs, and it's funny seeing an old man trying to walk so many dogs, yelling at them in Italian.

    OK, the coffee has kicked in. Time for me to shut up. Great picture, as always.

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  6. Three together would be too much for me to handle.. a brave soul walking
    three.

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  7. Oh, I just love this one. Those Doxies most definitely seem like they're looking for someone to round up! I just love those little stubbular legs...reminds me of mine. :)

    As always...great shot!

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  8. l have so much fun looking for your name, now l know....detracts a bit from me looking at the content..it will wear off though..
    saz x

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  9. The m104 sails right past my door.
    Hello fellow NYCer - you've photographed many of the same things I have. The Sweet truck - the kiosk on West 83rd St - The Gates & I am sure much much more.
    Looking forward to visiting again.
    See you on the m104 :)

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  10. Makes you wonder who's walking who :-) Very cute pic.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog via Hilary's Post of the Week. I really appreciate it. Please visit anytime.

    I'll be back again soon.

    Cheers!
    jj

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  11. Such shiny little doxies (I resisted the urge to refer to them as wiener dogs)!

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  12. hee hee
    «Louis'» favorite breed!
    When he was in high school, «Louis» had a doxie he named 'Oscar,' yup, after the weiner...
    What a great dog he was!

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  13. Looks like the happy trio are all related in one big happy family!

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  14. I'm always amazed at how many dogs I see in the city, much more than in London. These dogs are cute. I like the flash of red on their collars.

    Glad to be back reading here after a haitus....I have left Bella Mocha after sadly outgrowing her, and have a new blog home now. I hope you'll visit.

    Bella :)

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  15. Oh!! And Frances found you!!

    The two of you have long been helping me find my way around the city. You'll like her.

    Bella :)

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  16. Oh! They are just too cute. I love the red on their accoutrements!

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  17. I really enjoy seeing New York. JFK was the close view that I had this summer. Sat there for four hours. I am keeping an eye on your site but don't talk much.

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  18. They make quite a picture but I don't think I could take three dogs. Even if they look like knick-knacks! ;-)

    This is a fun one.

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  19. I'm not typically a big fan of small breeds, but Doxies are an exception. What a squad. Definitely alert and with a keen eye out for trouble!

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  20. Doxies should all have a roller skate under their bellies. My back hurts just looking at them!

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