Dog Days Of Winter ... © All Rights Reserved

Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth

Huge flakes fell at the beginning of the snow storm while this dog was still out on the job, making his rounds. This territory belongs to him.

Snow comprises only 2 to 10% of the annual precipitation at low elevations in Macon County, NC.

How Does a Dog Mark Territory?

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Cal Kimola Brown on May 30, 2010

Very cool - I hope to see you book when its done.

Jean Gregory Evans on May 31, 2010

Cal Kimola, thank you. Of course! You will be one of the ones to know!


someGuyinmasset on May 31, 2010

Jean, you could combine your arts and build a giant quilt based on your coon pics. A Racquiltoon.

Jean Gregory Evans on May 31, 2010

Guy, you know, suggestions like have a way of taking on a life of their own! Well, at least we'll have a word for it already and dusted off. :)))



Cindy Breen on August 6, 2010

Very nice shot Jean

Marion :-)))

JBTHEMILKER on August 17, 2010

To get this shot on the big map, you must know someone. These days of snow and winter, I feel, are not too far away. As I was cutting firewood this morning, I was thankful to be sweating, soon there will be no sweat, only shivers.

BWS's ghost on September 16, 2010

Will you allow all the different breeds of dogs and cats in the Categories game, Jean? If not, you better say so now! ;)

Jean Gregory Evans on September 16, 2010

OH, Brian, should I or shouldn't I? My first thought is why not? But then I don't know.

Jean Gregory Evans on September 16, 2010

I think more is better, I'd enjoy seeing so them all. I love to look at all animals. :)

But would it be bad for the game?

BWS's ghost on September 16, 2010

How many breeds are there? And cross breeds? Could be seeing cats and dogs till Christmas ;) It's up to you since you picked the Category. I'd make people ID the exact breed and not count it otherwise. Maybe "cats and dogs" should be their own category, there are so many.

Jean Gregory Evans on September 16, 2010

Yes, now that I had a moment to consider it, I just now posted 'no more'. Thanks a lot, Brian!

BWS's ghost on September 16, 2010

You're welcome. Have fun keeping count and the list straight :) I made the same mistake of forgetting to list one of my new ones last round and spent 15 minutes trying to find the "missing" tree after counting over 100 of them :P

Jean Gregory Evans on September 16, 2010

Counting is not my strong suit. Oh, no!!

JBTHEMILKER on September 16, 2010

What are you guys talking about? You doing animals now like we did trees? I went out of my way to get a tre picture. is that one over? I better go look.

Jean Gregory Evans on September 16, 2010

Yes, JBM, that's right. You've got to be quick. Too bad you were distracted by having to get to the new job and all. :)

⚔ Richard ⚔ on May 26, 2011

Beautiful Picture And Nice Gallery, Best Regards linrich

Luper on March 22, 2014

Tks Jean,

Nice weekend.

Greetings to NC


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Photo details

  • Uploaded on March 2, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Jean Gregory Evans
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot SX20 IS
    • Taken on 2010/03/02 10:15:15
    • Exposure: 0.013s (1/80)
    • Focal Length: 18.58mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO250
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash