Domino is rather zen. When she strikes a pose, she tends to hold it for quite a long stretch (pun intended), a skill which comes in useful in her modelling sessions.
To me, it also appeared as if she was practising the ancient Chinese art of Tai-Chi, which is known for its long, slow motions. Perhaps this is how she originally honed her posing skill.
Here she is taking in the scent of the newly sprung grasses.
Then she takes up her pose; a sideward stretch of the left leg and hold.
She continues to hold this position while partaking of the grasses.
And still her bottom half hasn't moved, though she turns her top half southwards.
Still holding, while stretching her neck, eyes skyward.
Still holding, neck no longer elongated, eyes still with that far-away look.
Finally, Domino comes out of her Tai-Chi position. It was quite a stretch, I think you'll agree.
Here, we have some forward motion, albeit still in slow mode.
At last, she picks up the pace.
Perhaps you can join us next time, when Domino "Tais One On" yet again.