8 p.m. May 7 Seattle
Years ago in Dublin we had a black cat that we named Slinky Malinki. Here he is atop a fence and scratching and digging his claws in, just like our current cat Katerina. Tops of fences are excellent surveillance posts. That aside, I liked the morning shadow of the cat on the wall behind. Memories.
Slinki poised to pounce on the bird feeder.
Still some bright colors near our garden
delicate “petals” seen on my walk
it doesn’t get much brighter than this
I finished the jigsaw (3 pieces missing, found 1 this morning, so 2 still missing)
Katerina had her Thanksgiving treat last night – mousie no. 14
memories of Nantucket symbolic of the Pacific Northwest – image for a tapestry?
Fizz (the kitten/cat) want’s Caitlin’s attention (Caitlin is my granddaughter)
shadows in my garden
my neighbor’s Corgi Alice
Fantastic view from Discovery Park here in Seattle on another sunny day
Red-tailed hawk in Ipswich Massachusetts – photo credit Christopher Ciccone
photo credit Isabella Sildorff
There is some symbolism here I suspect – the mood of Seattle after the election
Fethard, County Tipperary
Just gorgeous – a photo from Ireland taken by Vincent Kennedy
Fleissige Hande. This old photograph was posted on Facebook by Old Photographs. It is attributed to Rudolph Koppitz and dated 1930’s. The language is German. (I thought it was Dutch but Google Translate detects it as German.)