This week the Friendly Friday photography challenge asks:
Whether by choice or necessity, many of us have been house-bound these last few weeks. At times like this, it’s good to be held captive with those you like the most. Like – Love – Obsess – Whatever you call it, most of us have a soft spot for our furry companions.
For this week’s Friendly Friday Photo Challenge I ask you to share a photo of, or homage to, your FUNNY FURRY FRIENDS.
Working from home has its benefits and drawbacks – this chap is both! “Please I want to Hotdesk with you!”
Working from home, 2020.
This week Bren has challenged us with:
So the challenge this week is – Fur-Babies. For this week’s challenge, show us images of fur-babies… it could be your pet, a cat in the neighbourhood, even a dog or cat you’ve loved during your love. Share your furbaby images.
On of our two lovely boys – this one is Falco.
‘Purry drool face’, 2020.
For this weeks Friday Fun we have been given ‘Fabulous’.
So following on from last weeks picture this week I will post a photo of our two fabulous furry friends, Roswell & Falco.
‘Fabulous furry friends’, 2014.
For this weeks Friday Fun we have been given ‘Furry’.
So here is my submission for this weeks Mid week monochrome challenge.
‘Play with me’, 2014.
This week Frank has challenged us with the topic:
As our household grew by the arrival of a Siberian Forest Cat, while I was in India, I thought I’d dedicate this week’s challenge to the theme of Cat! Among all of our pets, cats tend most imbued with mystery and often a bit of aloofness. Plus they feature large in plays and mythology, so they are a great source for inspiration of all kinds. Please bring your most enjoyable cat to the forefront this week and let them reign supreme over the challenge (it’s just like being home for them!).
A photo of one of our 2 beautiful boys Roswell.
‘King Roswell’, 2014.
This week Cee challenges us with the topic ‘Hands, Feet or Paws‘.
‘Shadows’, Men-an-tol, 2016.
And just to complete the set – one I have used before.
‘Mandals’, Portreath, 2015.
This week Jenn at ‘Traveling at Wits End‘ asks:
This week the challenge is to….
Photograph Unexpected Beauty
It doesn’t matter what sort of beauty. Any beauty will do!
The best is when I find beauty when I’m not expecting it. Finding a ray of sun on a weed or a splash of color in a dingy building.
When we visited Lynmouth and Lynton in March this year, I finished my meal in the small cafe at the top of the railway before anyone else. I decided to nip out and take a few shots from the top looking across the waters to Wales. As I walked up the path I encountered this ‘Unexpected Beauty’, (s)he saw me coming and ran toward me, leaping up onto what must be a favourite fussing spot when encountering passing travellers, purrs, strokes, rubs and tickles were the order of the day.
‘Hello human’, Lynton, 2019.
Each week Kammie challenges us to post an oddball photo:
Odd Ball Photos are those great photos that you take which really don’t seem to fit into a common category. We’ve all taken them and like them, because we just can’t hit delete and get rid of them.
This week Falco refused to sit still for his smiley portrait, instead he wanted to lick my fingers and the piece of paper.
Each week, K’lee and Dale offer prompts for us to consider as the latest challenge. This week it is:
Rebirth and remembrance
Well my first photo is of a barrow near the stone circle, the Druids circle near Penmaenmawr. These places must have been a place of remembrance for the ancient people of this land, and perhaps to a place of rebirth.
‘Long gone?’, Penmaenmawr, 2019.
And for my second photo, a picture of our lovely cat Darkle snoozing in the sun, she lived a long life, and is missed and remembered fondly.