Nosha, Otto, Hozomeen Lake

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    I lost this wonderful dog about 7 years ago to cancer. Rarely does a day go by that I don't think of him.

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    1. Bowhaus 73 months ago | reply

      This is a really beautiful photo....he was lucky to have you and visit these wonderful places and he was a real beauty.... I love my dog more than anything, so can't imagine what it will be like when I lose her.... or what also worries me is if she lost me ..... it's a very special connection between people and dogs..... I am glad you shared this beautiful photo of you and Otto.
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    2. nosha 73 months ago | reply

      Otto had a pretty rich life, and for a large dog (100 lbs) a long 13 year life too. He grew up in Fairbanks, spent some time pulling my brother through the wilderness on skis (skijeering) to get to his homestead. I think one summer he was tied up in a field when there was no other option for my brother ;< . Then to Anchorage for a few cushy years with my parents, followed by one day showing up at the Seattle International Airport to live with me.... He lived across about a four and a half thousand mile range, and had been through more states than many Americans. Yes, it was devastating when I lost him. But he still lives in our memories and on Flickr!

    3. t7l4u 73 months ago | reply

      That is a wonderful scene!

    4. chare! 71 months ago | reply

      seems like an awesome place.

      so sorry about the dog.

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    5. spinningwatermelon [deleted] 70 months ago | reply

      nosha is that you? You lied to me, you're not a nerd =<

    6. Atomic Citrocity 70 months ago | reply

      pretty reflection :)

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    7. Big Whiskey 70 months ago | reply

      Beautiful, wish I could go some place like that.

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    8. evantravers 70 months ago | reply

      Heh, that dog looks like he's had more delicious bacon grease than is good for him. :D Beautiful place.

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    9. moophisto 70 months ago | reply

      love the vintage feel, also love how it depicts a beautiful moment before a stunning scene... meaningful photos like this (well, to you in this case) are what make photography so amazing imo :)

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    10. G.Perretto (OFF) 44 months ago | reply

      great shot, beautiful history

    11. Rafael Martinez 34 months ago | reply

      como en las peliculas :)

    12. catcarterphoto1 7 months ago | reply

      I still grieve over a lost canine friend too - in a way I think I've mourned more for that dog than I have for (human) family members that have passed. They are so loyal, and never betray you or belittle you or hurt you, they just want to be part of your "pack" and by your side, whatever you may be doing. this image is so lovely; you dog looks like he was a gentle soul, thanks for sharing and sorry for your loss.

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