Today I’m sharing several pet photographs taken over the past few days. I may not be the most exciting blog you visit today, but I don’t think any of you are coming here for the sheer excitement of it all. If you have pets, then you should understand what I mean when I say that my life wouldn’t be as full without them in it.
I don’t post enough photos of the cat, but I believe I mentioned before that she just plain does not enjoy having her photo taken. She will watch me get the camera, and then she will make a dash for it.
That’s why these were taken through the long lens, the 70-300mm.
She doesn’t know I’m watching.
This was also taken with the long lens, as was the one below. I think I may have found what it takes to get a good picture of Miss Blackie.
Above, she is enjoying the New Year’s Eve festivities at the manor house. And when I say festivities, I’m using the term loosely.
How old are you, Blackie? I really have no idea. People were always dropping off cats when we lived on the various horse farms throughout our life, and she was the product of one who had a litter of four. I believe she’s 8 to 10 years old.
I should know better, but I just do not remember.
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Here he is sunning himself in the gorgeous weekend weather we experienced in Maryland. It’s since gotten biting cold.
He has two squirrels treed in this pose. Wait, I remember taking a photo of each of them. Here are the little varmints below.
What’s really exciting is when they drop from the trees and make a mad dash for the woods. It’s really worth waiting for, which is why he’s under that tree.
What’s also exciting is frisbee. And it’s so cool that he picked up the disc in this one and has it turned so that you can read the words on it.
Good boy, George.
His life really IS good.
New Year’s Eve with his new santa toy. It squeaks (of course).
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It’s sweet and it’s funny and I’m going to miss it until I see it again at the end of this year. (And I love the music).
Enjoy your week, my friends. May it be a good one ~