“Seven days. Seven black and white photos of your life. No people. No explanation. Challenge someone new each day.”
I’ve enjoyed doing this, and invite anyone who would like to take part to post your own seven days of black and white.
Dogs may be “man’s best friend” but cats understand the need for space in a relationship (their space at least). That suits me.
Our fur-baby died at the beginning of the year and I miss her terribly (cat allergy notwithstanding).
Practicing with my new lens. The boy-child told me it has a very shallow depth of field, but I don’t think I grasped quite how shallow until I shot these photos of our fur-baby. Am quite pleased with them though.
There are few things more endearing than beloved family pets.
Except perhaps watching children interact with said pets.
The boy-child has grown up with two cats in his life. We got them the year we returned to NZ and they are now 14. At the time, we didn’t know he has a cat allergy. It didn’t take too long to find out though, so it hasn’t really been a close relationship between the boy and his pets, although I think he loves them dearly.
Despite being brother and sister, the cats aren’t at all alike. The grey and white male has always been much larger (probably because he lives to eat) yet more timid — while his smaller sister is always keen to find a warm lap to snuggle in.