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And so this interminable dreary weather continues, and is hampering my month of shadows, 😦 not a day for being outside, and I don’t want to spend another evening waiting for darkness at 11pm to mess around with lighting, it is Friday after all. PARTY!!!!  Well, a glass or 2 of wine and the stereo system anyway.

But I noticed, whilst watching Skye, that even without sunshine & lighting, there are shadows to be found. And Earlier today I spent a happy 1/2 hour photographing the birds that visit my Happy Eater tree, through the front window.


a tiny ray of sun caught this chap for a fleeting moment


and Mr.Blackbird


Skye had one of her poorly turns yesterday, every so often she goes out and eats grass, gets tummy ache, sits hunched up and tense for ages, tries to be sick but just chucks up spit & grass a few times.  Today for most of the day she has slept, but looked comfy, and this evening is stuffing her face with posh food and is back to being her annoying self. 🙂 Relief! Still can’t forget Storm and all that went down with her.


Skye & Shadows


21 comments on “Day 197~366

  1. beetleypete says:

    I’m sure she is watching those birds feeding!
    Nice mood shot, FR.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Cheers Pete 😊


  2. kmSalvatore says:

    Nice job Fraggy. Beautiful birdies. I can remember you crying u couldn’t get any birds on your feeders…. Alllll those years ago:) remember?
    The feline looks as handsome as always. I have an upchucker as well .

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    1. Haha felines are very consuming!

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  3. -N- says:

    How frustrating to have gloomy weather when you could have sunshine till 11 pm! We got sunshine (till 8 or so) . . . your bird feeder made me think of a cousin who, whenever he put out birdseed, called it “bait” – he had a few cats! But the birdseed wasn’t anywhere the cat could get it, which was good. Cheer up! Sun will return.

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    1. Thanks Naomi, am hoping tomorrow is a dry day!

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  4. -N- says:

    Oh, meant to add, I like the birds . . . nice to have them to watch.

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    1. Yes, I always hope something exotic will arrive but it never does!

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  5. RV John says:

    Great bunch of images!

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  6. Francis.R. says:

    So much elegance in Skye!

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    1. Haha actually she is quite clumsy for a cat!

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  7. fruitfuldark says:

    This image has a great old world and mysterious feel to it. The chairs form a repeating pattern leading the eye to the cat star of the image. But then you know all that…
    Beautiful image!

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    1. Aw thanks FD 😊


  8. Matt says:

    Aww poor Sky, that’ll learn her to eat grass hopefully.

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    1. afraid not, it’s a thing cats do :/ cheers Matt.


  9. steviegill says:

    Great shots. Love the composition of Skye contemplating the outside world, works well with the muted tones.

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  10. lolabees says:

    Aw, Storm!! 😦 I bet you miss her. Nola eats grass… and everything else too… and then often gives it back a little later. She never seems to be short on energy though. 😉 I’ll say to Skye what I always say to Nola, “Good thing you’re cute!”

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    1. Funny that, we say it a lot here too!


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