A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.





Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Laying Low

During the day when it got a bit toasty, we sat in the shade of the Little House on the Highway taking pictures of whatever came within range without having to get up from our chairs. So when a insect, lizard, bird or rabbit wasn't in sight, my attention turned to other things to photograph. Everything was fair game.





The same board an hour later.



See, when I start taking pictures of him then he gets up and wants something from me in return.

14 comments:

  1. Your photos are WONDERFUL! Maybe you should sit still more often! I love the knot in the wood - the first shot is nice, but the second one is beautiful with the light on it! And the photo of Sinbad's paw...very clever! I love his eyes...you can tell he is using that old "cat's eye stare" trick!

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  2. Sinbad steals the show once again. He is so cool!

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  3. cute sin! i love that 2nd shot. it is art.

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  5. You can't deny such a cute cat its due!

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  6. Fair is fair... Sinbad has needs too!

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  7. Sinbad is a very smart guy! ;-)

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  8. Great colours and textures. Cute Cat too!!!

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  9. Every object taken from the right angle can make an image worth sharing.
    Cute cats from any angle will always steal the show..Sinbad is a real beauty John.

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  10. It was fun hanging out with you just killing time. Especially like that paw shot of Sinbad.

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  11. That Sinbad is such an attention seeker. Really like the knot in that wood. The light captures the detail really well.
    Shaun
    Valleys ShutterBug

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  12. Only taking photos from the things in that are within range makes for a great set of photos. I like them a lot :-)

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  13. Enjoying your photos as I scan the past few weeks and LOVE your Sinbad cat. :) I have an orange long hair like this guy too (but he doesn't travel very well :)

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