View Full Version : A Day At The Races In The Lake District

Brian M
14th July 2009, 09:39 PM

My first go lets hope it works if it does its a little video clip of my three
going daft around the cottages garden where we stayed


14th July 2009, 10:00 PM
Aw Brian they just adorable-can i steal them away!!:D Lovely clip & photos(i clicked on your uploads), hols cottage looks like a little piece of heaven!
Isnt it fab that your 3 chase each other about, having sooo much fun, its a video clip to make you smile-thanks for sharing:thmbsup:

Brian M
14th July 2009, 10:01 PM

Sorry back again I believe it does work:jump: and it also gives
viewers access to my total photostream of 264 photos I have uploaded to flickr all of the girls and a couple of my dear departed Tammi and Ami ,I think some go back to Jan 2008 .
Probaly totally boring to everybody else but I am so plsd that after fiddling with Coral Video Studio 12 I actually managed to do that little video clip ,no stopping me now.:)

15th July 2009, 03:13 AM
Great job. Have toyed with the thought of getting a video camera, especially for agility but not yet. Thanks for sharing.

15th July 2009, 07:23 AM
Its lovely to see your girls having fun, theres nothing so good as seeing a cav running free tail nearly wagging off!:D
Your photos are great too; the lakes are just beautiful, i can,t beleive that for the sake of a couple of hours in the car I don't get up there more. :-)

15th July 2009, 10:44 AM
I love to watch cavaliers playing. It looks a like a beautiful place.

21st July 2009, 03:34 AM
Hello Brian
As I sit far away in Australia I reminisced about my time in the UK. It really is a lwonderful clip and your dogs are lovely, full of life and joy.

Brian M
22nd July 2009, 09:30 PM
Hi Terry and all

Many thanks for your kind comments but that is what they do Rosie chases Poppy and Daisy chases Rosie its all good fun and that was my first attempt at cine ,so thanks for your kind comment Terry ,where is was shot was in the garden of the cottage we stayed in it was beautiful up there and the dogs were totally relaxed so we have booked the same for next year I will have to improve on my cine.:)

22nd July 2009, 09:44 PM
Wonderful video! Thanks for sharing it. I wish we had a fenced in yard, so Sophie could run free. Without it, I know she would bolt and we'd never see her again.

Ah.... I see your dogs eating stuff in the yard. I guess they never outgrow it . . . ? I'm always taking pebbles, twigs, dead earthworms, and (tree bark) much out of Sophie's mouth...

Brian M
22nd July 2009, 09:57 PM
Yes I must admit thats a little benefit of having more that 2 ,even on local walks I always say to Luke There OFF and Daisy starts after Rosie whos just that bit quicker and round and round up and down in and out they go and sometimes Pops joins in I just stop and watch and smile at them so obviously having fun.:)

team bella
22nd July 2009, 10:37 PM
Fantastic !! Your little ruby is a fast little thing. They're all so cute.:l*v:

31st July 2009, 09:18 PM
Hi Brian,
I really enjoyed your video and looking at the photos:snap: of your girls:lotsaluv:,they are just beautiful. Can't wait to do the same when our little one:d*g: arrives on sunday!!! Thanks for sharing....