November 20, 2021

Caturday Critters

Caturday art: This cat glared at me at first. I don't think it wanted to be photographed. I filtered the picture in Painter Essentials.



The mallard photo is from my archive. He was a more willing subject, although slightly shy. 

The osprey is still around. I suppose it will head south soon because nights here are getting frosty, and cold winds are blowing. 



I ran some errands today but decided against buying groceries due to the store being crowded with long lines. On the way home, I stopped to record the sunset with some cattle in the foreground.


 

18 comments:

  1. Long linees in stores are our biggest turn off. Better to enjoy nature and the spaces than the human crowds,
    ERin

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  2. That last image is so beautiful! Needs to be framed (or perhaps a calendar?)
    Great photos ...my favorite is the distant osprey! And super photo manipulation of the kitty!!
    Thanks for sharing your post this weekend!

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  3. Hello,
    Kitty does not look happy! Love the Mallard and the Osprey. Beautiful sunset with the cows. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, have a great day and a happy new week! PS, thanks for the comment.

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    1. If you have a cat, yes. Or a grand-cat. Or feed a stray cat. Cats tend to take over.

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  5. Our Ospreys have been gone for a while.

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  6. You made that cat look like a Halloween cat! Love that Osprey high in the tree...good spotting!

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  7. Great work on your cat photo, I like it! Nice sunset photos with the cattle, very nice.

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  8. Belas fotos, muito bom seu caminho para casa!
    bj

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  9. The photos are lovely, and great art effect.

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  10. You have a wonderful view out that window! I'd be gazing out instead of getting my work done!
    មាន់ជល់តាមអនឡាញ

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  11. I like the cat edit ...
    Nice selection of photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  12. Sweet collection! I'll watch for your osprey as he will no doubt soon be on his way here with all us other snowbirds )))

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