A shot like this just proves how important is for a photographer to keep a camera at hand. Poor little thing, looks as though a sausage roll wouldn't go amiss.
love the steamy condensation on the window, reminds me of my Wimpy Bar days in Sheffield too long ago to own up to.
It has the look of a smaller version of Amy : but it can't be her for she would never have agreed to sit calmly outside when there was food and warmth inside. By the way, on my way back from my implant appointment last week I stopped off to have a first look-see at Thornton. We have set ourselves quite a task there.
Well done, Jenny! Jim
Aww, poor doggy. I have a soft spot for Border Terriers (I'm pretty sure this is one), since we were on a camp site in Schotland many years ago, and people who were holidaying in their caravan had a litter of the cutest little Border Terriers (and their mum) on vacation with them. Well spotted. Nice shot. I like photos that tell a story.
We never never gave our dog a cuppa or a sausage roll. Now as for left-overs that's quite another story!
poor little boy!
What a cute little guy - I am a terrier person - love them all!
Oh! that dear little dog - looks as if he's saying "what about me"Victoria Tearooms sound just my sort of place Jenny. Beautifully captured.
Aw, he looks like he's reading the sign! :)It's Thanksgiving here, and I wanted to stop by and say I'm thankful for you, dear jenny. :)
Awwwww. He looks sad and wondering if he could fit through the vent to get downstairs.
Maybe he was smelling some aromas wafting up from the grate in the sidewalk! ~Lili
I've been in that tearoom. It does a nice afternoon tea!
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