The Anonymous Widower

A Right Pair of Posers

I found a decent sized copy of this picture, stuffed in a drawer.

Charlotte and Daisy

Charlotte is behind the driving seat and her daughter, Daisy, is beside her.

The picture was taken on the drive at Debach probably about 1987 or so.  I remember that I’d driven all round the centre of Ipswich with the two dogs sitting like that, but then English setters can be terrible posers.  When I got home, I rushed inside and got the camera. Luckily they didn’t move.

December 11, 2010 - Posted by | World | ,

6 Comments »

  1. Love the photo

    Comment by Karrie | December 12, 2010 | Reply

  2. Feel free to download it and make a copy. All my photos on this blog are for public consumption and enjoyment. If you use one commercially, all I want is an acknowledgement. Life is too short to worry about copyright issues!

    Comment by AnonW | December 12, 2010 | Reply

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  4. […] dog, which suitably for them was an English Setter. Two of the several we had are shown in this post, which makes the episode even funnier for me.  Some dogs are comedians, but English setters are […]

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    • Do you know who the dog “Bran” was in that episode please? and whose kennel/ breeding he came from? …it is interesting to me as I have had English since 1981 and I have had a great “interest” in the Breed since 1959! Many thanks

      Comment by Sue Bryant | January 11, 2014 | Reply

  5. […] of the end of a dog’s life stands out. Charlotte, our English Setter, who is pictured here, was probably about fifteen and for several days, she’d hardly touched her food or ventured […]

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