I have taken lots of photos, but today I will share the photos of animals, mainly dogs we saw in the show.
At the entrance, there are young bulls play headbutting each other. I seldom have a chance to see cows in Canterbury, let alone bulls. One of them came close to me while I was taking this shot. He observed me and sneezed loud. That surprised me so much that I literally jumped up with a little scream. Everyone watching the bulls laughed!
|Young bulls head butting|
Although we didn't take our dogs to the show because Pearl doesn't enjoy travelling by car, but we saw lots of dogs there. This is Lottie. The owner, the gentleman in blue polo shirts called her, she somehow looked up to me, and came toward me to be taken for a walk! He had to come to us to take her out for a walk. She was too sleepy to recognize her owner, perhaps.
|Lottie wanted to walk with me!|
This one looked a bit miserable. Look at his feet! Where are my mum and dad?
|I am alone...|
This lady caught my eyes. She is probably in her late sixties, or early seventies. She has fabulous gladiator sandals with shorts. The way she walks her dog is so cool!
As whippet owners, we keep finding whippets, of course. This handsome dog is blue, which a shade of grey.
|I am shy. I don't like crowds.|
|Do you want some soap?|
Some are doing a picnic in the orchard with a bottle of wine. This whippet looked so happy there.
|Picnic in the orchard|
This Afghan hound is a man! : )
This is a huge dog. He is very a well-behaved gentle giant. He must have been happy that it was a relatively cool day.
That's is today. More reports on Art in Action and Oxford tomorrow!