Feb 23, 2013

Focus on Life: Week 8

Focus on Life is the the brainchild of Sally Russick of Studio Sublime.  Each week Sally will send us out a topic that we are supposed to capture in a photo or photos.  I am actually joining in late as this is my first week but this is going to be a weekly feature every Saturday.  I hope that you enjoy seeing these pictures as much as I enjoy taking them.

The theme this week is monochrome.  I had really planned on getting out and getting some great pictures.  Alas I wasn't able to follow through.  It is dark by the time I get off work and my day off was filled with doctor's appointments for my husband.  I did take one of the pics that I took last summer and played with it.  This one was taken in Wright Park which is one of my favorite parks here in Washington.

I also did get a good picture of Monster who is our overgrown polydactal kitty.  He is just such a lover and unfortunately he is too big to lay in my lap.  At his last weigh in he was 18 pounds and very little of that is fat.

Now that you have seen my pics be sure to check out all the pictures being shown.  There are some super talented photographers taking part in this weekly event.  Just click here for the links.
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  1. Your cat is a beautiful big boy! the park shot is interesting in monochrome.

  2. Wow! an 18 pound cat! he is a biggie!! Like the way you processed the 1st photo..I had to take a second look to see that it was not a statue!

  3. Love your big kitty - reminds me of my Norah a bit. Except Norah is fat. :)

  4. I like what you did with the first one. I made me really study it. Monster kitty is adorable!

  5. The cats fur looks so shiny and shadowy - cool!

  6. huh, now I think that first shot IS a statue, isn't it? I'm not sure, lovely all the same. Monster sure is huge, I'm not sure how much my polydactyl kitty weighs now. there is enough difference between her and our other cat that I can tell who is jumping on me and waking me up by the weight alone


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