05 March 2011

Matilda’s Blustery Winter’s Walk

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A few photos of our walk over Hengistbury head with Matilda Whiplington, to blow away the cobwebs, early in the morning.

Weather was a bit bleak at the moment, but that didn't stop Tilly sprinting around with every dog it could find. No blue sky photos, but I thought a couple of pics looked good in sepia.!cid_C9D88FA3-0C0D-4C4D-A768-099AA283C926@local
Around the head via the lily ponds and back over the top, before the rain came on and then back to the drawing board, quite literally! Perhaps a painting of my bedlington whippet X in sepia would be nice? This is one I did recently...the eyes follow you around the room!!

If anyone would like their 'beddy' portrayed and given the al hayball treatment, checkout my dog page on my website

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Thank you Alan I know Hengistbury Head as we were married at Christchurch Priory just down the road! I love the sketch of Matilda

3 comments:

patricia said...

That is so cute, I just wish I could sketh like that!! x

Agathasmum Louise said...

Our old bedlington lurcher used to love to go across from Mudeford Quay to Hengistbury on the little ferry. He thought he had a better chance of catching the seagulls!

al hayball said...

Yes it is certainly a beautiful place!
(nice post BTW Lesley! Ta. )