The cute little Coton de Tulear pup is named, of course!, Pupsie. I made the mistake of calling him Poopsie and the owner quickly corrected me. But of course she did. I would have.
Can't you almost hear him asking why I would call him Poopsie? These dogs have the absolute softest hair. And it doesn't make me sneeze.This was Pupsie's friend, Loofie. What a head of hair and tail, eh?
Guarding the wall. He waits for passers-by and then barks.
On a food truck. Amen!
One of the Doodles. This one, as with the other one that I see, tends to jump up in enthusiastic greetings.
A very laid-back Husky. I was glad to see her, as she had been off the wall for a few weeks.
Lilikoi still growing fruit.
Roses in all their glory.
The Magnolia is starting to bloom again.
Cactus with pretty red flowers on the top of the barrel.
Olomana! I saw these, not knowing what they were, then saw some on my local grocery store. So for once, I was able to note their name.
Hole in the sky. With morning light.
Tiny is a very chill Shiba Inu.
These spears are what begins the white flowers on this plant.
Moon is hiding behind the cloud.
This cactus is so prolific.
I love seeing Cocker Spaniels. Don't see very many. This one, after a few little barks, decided I was ok. She actually sat down on my foot while I was patting her. I guess trying to keep me in the area. So cute!
Plumeria. I couldn't believe recently that none of the contestants on Jeopardy knew what this plant was.
Helicopter weed. At least that's what I call them.
Saffron Finch actually stayed long enough for a photo.
A very cute Pug.
This Pomeranian gave me what for with a cute bark. Then presented his derriere...The owners had made this cute box for him, so he could get up to sidewalk level to check what was going on.
Ollie was more interested in the dog below than me.