Click: One Thousand Words

A picture is worth a thousand words” It’s not entirely clear who originally said this, or if it was ever said. More than likely it is a variation of what was actually said or written. At the end of the day (I wonder who first said that phrase) it really doesn’t matter. For me it’s the practical aspect of the phrase that counts – a picture can tell a story, elicit an emotion, call up a memory, inspire, etc.

It’s in that spirit that I’ve added a gallery of Kali related pictures to the Golden Kali blog. Pictures that hopefully over time will tell the story of Kali’s life in America.

This most recent picture of Kali taken on our walk yesterday instantly became one of my favorites.

Red fallen leaves on a early December walk in the neighborhood

Red fallen leaves on an early December walk in the neighborhood

The colors of the leaves contrasted with Kali’s fur is striking and beautiful. Kali’s calm and patient demeanor is evident in the shot.   As is typical with Kali, she was a willing participant and patient model.  It was late afternoon, overcast, relatively warm, and very calm.  We decided to take a different route through the neighborhood since we had already walked the trail earlier in the morning when it rained on us the entire time. So by afternoon the ground was still wet , the air was mild, and the leaves were abundant.

And as usual, Kali was Golden.

 

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