Thursday, December 10, 2009

Silent Movie - Happy's first snow day

His first outing in as much snow as we've got now, was early morning on December 9th, and my camera was out of juice. I can't describe how he and Biko galloped through the snow, and played and had fun. As soon as the batteries were reloaded I tried to get it on film, but the novelty had worn off, and the pups did not do what I was hoping for. Still this 28 seconds silent movie makes me laugh too, especially watching Happy's little feet trotting through the snow.

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17 comments:

Ruth said...

They are so cute. Such fun.

Mo said...

Beautiful. I love Happy's joyful energy bouncing around the yard with Biko.

Wanderingcatstudio said...

Too cute! Looks like they had a lot of fun!

sanaze said...

sieht aus wie Polarfuchs in der Tundra ;)....endlich Schnee!
Grüßle Sabine

sanaze said...

.. sieht aus wie "Polarfuchs in der Tundra" ;) Endlich Schnee!
Grüßle Sabine

sanaze said...

.. sieht aus wie "Polarfuchs in der Tundra" ;) Endlich Schnee!
Grüßle Sabine

hannah said...

Beautiful!

myboringblog said...

They both look like they are really enjoying the snow! Nimitz will just stand in it and eat it so it's fun to see doggies running. :-)

momsue84 said...

So cute! More movies, please! I love to see the pups romping in the snow.

Nina said...

Oh so cute. We really miss the snow here in Oslo, it should be snow now, but this autom har been too warm. Hopefully we will have som for christmas to play in.

Mr Puffy's Knitting Blog: said...

The movie was great!!! Wow can those dogs zip about - loved seeing them in action :)

Bea said...

zwei Eisbären im Schnee :-)

2paw said...

Happy is so joyful and he bounds about, does he even feel the cold?? Lovely silent film of him and Biko!!!

Rooie said...

Cute pups. I especially enjoyed watching it and imagining that Happy was thinking, "Look, I'm invisible! Look, I'm invisible!" the whole time.

RC said...

oh so cute! was that you throwing snowballs? that cracks me up when they try to find the snowball
thanks for the movie

Susan said...

It's like trying to watch rabbits in the snow. Good thing those white Shepherds have black eyes and noses or we wouldn't be able to see them!

There's something about watching dogs play with such carefree glee that puts life in perspective. I love it when my dogs start ripping around just because life is good.

aelva said...

Das ist einfach nur amüsant, wie die zwei durch den Schnee tollen! Ich liebe es! LG