Sometimes Lola P and I venture away from the water to find other bits of nature to root around in.
And sometimes, we meet other creatures who are also rooting around in nature.
The Pug was definitely deeply intrigued by her first meeting with this particular type of natural wildlife. In a sort of “edible” kind of way.
I am pleased to report that with repeated exposure to these fascinating beasts, Lola Pug has become one with the chickens, and they now seem to be more intrigued by her than she is of them.
Day 5 of the Challenge is tomorrow, possums. Might we head back to the water again? Come back and see if we do.
What is the Pug in Nature Photography Challenge?
I was recently challenged by Lola’s Uncle Deji to post a nature photo once a day for a week. These types of challenges don’t usually appeal to me, but then I thought that the world might be a slightly lovelier place if there were more photos of nature floating around. And then I realised that it would be an even more lovely place if there were more photos of Lola Pug in nature floating around.
So over the next week, I happily present to you daily updates of Lola Pug. In nature.
Lola and nature go together like me and camping.
Which is to say, not at all.
So this might be fun.