Thursday, December 18, 2008

Foot Prints

I don't know if anyone else likes to look at different animal tracks, but i really enjoy seeing what different animal tracks are around in the snow. I know, I know... I'm a geek. Still, I bring this up because I think it can really show how the animal (or person) moves. In people, you can see whether the person drags their feet, whether they walk in a straight line (for the record, I do not walk straight), whether they are pigeon toed, etc. My point is, you can see a different aspect of movement by looking at footprints. For the first time, today, I looked at Tika's footprints. This is what I found...

So, there you have it, a new perspective.

That's all for now, except a couple more snow pictures from today. It was -5 degrees when I took them. Brrr..


Shannalee, Akadia Shelties said...

I would say those foot prints come VERY close to touching on the center line like we learned at the Tom Coen seminar. Very nice!!

I too am a foot print watcher. Daily, I come home and inspect the yard to see what animals have made tracks across the snow. I miss the bunny from last year. It was amazing how much he went all over my yard. This year,, its cats and birds so far.

Nice photos.

Cool Design said...

Wow what a nice singletracker :o)

Merry Christmas to you, your family and the dogs :o)

Best wishes

Josh and Jess said...

Hello! Wow, what beautiful scenery and look at all that snow!! Where we live it's summer now and very hot! If you like, come and check us out on our blog,

we're two one year old Shelties from New Zealand and we'll teach you to see the world through Sheltie eyes. Wanna be friends?

Happy New Year,

Josh and Jess

EriknGus said...

Wow what pretty pics. What I wouldn't give to see some of that snow up close!