After Scraps and Rags took a shortened kayak trip on the Split Rock reservoir we all headed to the dog park for a little more activity on solid ground. It was still beautiful outside when we arrived at 3:30, but the sun sets below the tall trees on the western side of the dog park casting a shadow along the entire grassy slope . This makes it difficult to get nice sunny photos, but I found the few spots where the sun leaks through the trees to capture some good photographs. I guess once winter comes the sunny light will shine through the leafless trees. Until then, the photos of the dogs are likely to be darker than desired but we will have the back-drop of colorful autumn leaves to help out.
At the dog park we welcome Jenny, a Jack-mix similar in size to Scraps. They played and sniffed for a bit. I don’t recall anyone new by name to add to the mix so I’ll just give you the link to the photos below.
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