photo taken November 2011

one year ago: First Snow Of The Season
two years ago: Hole Against The Wall
three years ago: Tasty Puppy Snout
four years ago: Half A Head, Three Times

18 Responses to “Snowflakeface”

  1. Johnathen Says:

    “OK time to play” says Charlie.

  2. Hallan Says:

    Adorable. :)

  3. Jen K Says:

    What a shana punim!!

  4. Marg Says:

    He is so beautiful! It amazes me how sometimes he looks so bedraggled and scruffy and then like in this shot as the most well groomed healthy animal on the planet.

  5. Lisa J. Says:

    That is just the sweetest picture!

  6. Meg Says:


  7. I Hermit Says:

    Having a snow-ball!

  8. Pat D. Says:

    Charlie looks like he wants a ball thrown or someone to go walking with him! Great expression on him in this one!

  9. Jackie/Montana Says:

    He looks good dressed in snow

  10. Linda S. Says:

    Of all of the Charlie pictures that you’ve posted, this is one of my favorites.

  11. MJ Says:

    I have to agree with Linda S. There’s something really sweet about Charlie’s expression in this picture that is just so engaging. Makes a person just want to run and play and throw snowballs with Charle!

  12. Catsquatch Says:

    Ok, so do I have them all fairly equally spaced?
    Does it look like a well done even sprinkling, or is there too much on this side?

  13. taffy Says:

    Dear Sweet Precious Charlie!

  14. Jan Says:

    Beautiful picture

  15. Jenny C Says:

    Just so dear…

  16. Steven Campbell Says:

    I just read the book. It is gratifying that you have personalized your experiences with this coyote and have shown that wildlife has individual character and charm.. People need to be aware of the world about them and the other sentient creatures that share this realm with us.

  17. Susan Says:

    I love this stuff!
    I listened to the book on CD on a long lonesome trip. I encourage everyone of my animal loving friends to GET IT!

  18. Laurie Says:

    He’s magical. That look melt me right away. I only see perfection, God’s work in him, such awe…
    We’d never see this side of coyotes if it were not for your dedication and patience, always catching that expression that’s elusive to most of us.
    Thank you…

Leave a Reply

e-mail (will not be published)