This was taken at Honeymoon Island State Park in Dunedin, Florida. It took some effort to get this photo. I saw this osprey fly by with a fish and decided to follow him. Fortunately he landed on a tree before I lost sight of him and was lucky enough to get this photograph.
Another photo of Holly showing off her many talents. I think someone could publish a book with just pictures of cats in the various positions they put themselves into. This photo is also featured on a greeting card here.
This is Matilda, introduced in a previous post (click here to see). It is funny how cats have to investigate EVERYTHING.
This is another picture of Holly (see below for more). The caption is appropriate because Holly is real trouble.
Levitation Involves Concentration
Oh My! I Just Discovered Her Secret
Ugh! You Got Me
This is a picture of Luke and Matilda. We were “cat-sitting” them quite a few years ago. Actually, this photo was taken in January, 2005, over eight years ago. They made quite a couple even though, I believe, they were brother and sister.
I am so lucky that I have relatives with pets or I would run out of photos to post here.
This is the photo I used for the header image on this website. If you are reading this weeks or longer from this posting, you may see a different header image. These cats belong to Felice and Jeff, my wife’s sister and her husband. I love going there, partly because of the great photo opportunities.
This is my sister-in-laws cat, Holly. She is always good for a laugh. If you like this or any other post, please share it with your friends or family.
These ducks were in the pond outside our patio when we lived in Myrtle Beach. They eventually had four ducklings and, just like some humans, they were terrible parents. A day after we first noticed the ducklings, both parents were gone, leaving the little ones to fend for themselves. It seemed every time I checked on them throughout the day, another one was missing until the next morning when they were all gone.
Click here to see a photo of the last two ducklings.
This is the kind of help I get when I attempt to write my blog posts.