12 Replies to “Our Lady of the Flowers”

  1. Wow! She certainly has grown. Can’t see the paws, but she still has to grow into them ears… 😀 What a beauty she is.

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  2. Indeed! Indeed! Don’t you know in dog years 5 months = 3.5years old in human years? All 3.5 years old children I know are sassy.
    Seriously, Tzuri is blooming into great beauty!

    Take care John

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  3. How does it feel to be living with a young beauty as you age and wither on the vine! She is simply gorgeous and is lucky to have such a loving home with you!

    BTW … had to shut down Pulse … just learned a couple of days ago that our printing costs would go up 50% … Ooops, Ooops … such is life … now I have to find some other way to attract an audience. It was a great run for what started as a crappy little magazine and grew into a beauty. Fun, engaging and forced me to grow … all good for an aging, cranky, old bastard who will always be young at heart.

    Richard Huss Editor, Pulse the Magazine

    http://www.pulsethemagazine.com http://www.RichardHuss.com

    Cell: 203-209-6628

    _____

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    1. For some reason I had to “moderate” and approve this comment of yours. I think perhaps because you didn’t use a conventional personal email return address. The good news is that (barely) I “approved.”

      But doesn’t look like that will be your ‘zine address much longer. 😦 It really was a slick topnotch production on your part.

      So, now you won’t publish my brilliant short story?

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  4. Amen. The divine Tzuri is spectacular.
    And this is the first time I see the emerging adult in her face. If she looked any healthier she’d be levitating.

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  5. Another great photo. Love the treatment (and often I use it) of selected filtering/treatment of some areas of the photo but sans the main subject!!

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  6. Great pic. What % of full size?

    Sent from my iPhone

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    1. She’s about 30-35 lbs in this picture and should top out around 75-80 lbs. I keep her lean to put less stress on her still-developing bones and joints.

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