December 06, 2011

Nearly wordless: shades of gray and a surprise


Wouldnt this make a great jigsaw puzzle?
Did you see the cats?


Tee hee.

(Entries for the Garden Lessons Learned meme are always welcome! Scroll down to my previous post, or click on the tab at the top or the Garden Lessons Learned link on the right side of this page. Theres a Mr. Linky link at the end of my last post. Ill be posting about the lessons learned after Dec. 22. Thanks to those whove joined in so far!)

11 comments:

  1. I could not see the cat until I enlarged the image. I think everyone should make it bigger too. You know how much I like squirrels and you got a pretty nice looking one in your photo. He should know about the cat, even if it is a ghost cat!

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  2. Śliczna wiewiórka, a niespodzianka - widzę malutką główkę jakiegoś zwierzątka. Pozdrawiam

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  3. @Donna: Thanks. I was playing around with the zoom and then I realized how gray everything was in the photo. The cats are just a fun way to play a "Where's Waldo" type game.

    @Giga: Thanks! I guess the previous post shows the vibrant fall colors and this one shows what's left when the leaves are gone. :)

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  4. I had to enlarge it to see the cat, too. I do think that would make a good puzzle - but a puzzle with all greys like that would take me all winter long to complete!

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  5. love it...linked in on the lessons...we just had our first black squirrel but he wouldn't stay still long enough to capture a good pic..

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  6. @Holley: Yes, it would be a challenging...er...frustrating puzzle.

    @Donna: Thanks. Just a little fun game. Thanks so much for linking in to the meme--your post was great! Stay warm!

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  7. That would be one difficult puzzle. I'm not sure I saw the "cat" - what is that, a trick of lighting?

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  8. That is funny with the image of the watching cat! One of my cats loves to sit/crouch in our screened in porch and watch all the critters that pass by in hope that one day he will be allowed outside to chase them.

    It would make a great but terribly hard puzzle!

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  9. @Sheila: It's just a ghosted image of my two cats that I inserted into the photo. I didn't want to make it too obvious. :)

    @Indie: I got the idea of the ghosted image from my son. I thought it would be fun to try it with the squirrel image. Cats are fun, aren't they?!

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  10. Hi. I just found your blog thanks to Anna's new Garden Bloggers & Friends facebook page. LOVE your squirrels (and cats) photo-so much fun. Just became your lastest follower too!

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  11. @Lee: Thank you! Garden bloggers are the best, and I look forward to comparing notes with you!

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