…am a most notable rabbit.
Look for me and you won’t see me – for I live beneath the Oleander, and I like to look like a rock, even as I nibble. See? Or rather, not?
Yet, here I am, with my impeccable desert camouflage.
Mistress Cat must be so jealous as she watches me through the glass, as I and my large family choose the parking lot in which to romp.
I am, indeed, a notable rabbit.
via Daily Prompt: Notable
I am completely unseen, she thinks.
I am Cat, finest predator the world has ever seen.
Pound for pound I am the strongest mammal in the world.
I can run thirty miles an hour, I have ears good enough that scientists have copied their shape when making new antennae, my bite is dangerous enough you should see a doctor if I sink fang very deeply into you, and I can see in the darkest of night conditions.
Ancient civilizations worshiped me, and even after they stopped seeing me as a Goddess, they still saw me as a member of the family.
I am not really domesticated, still mostly wild, and I choose who I will love and who I will not.
Here I am, stalking the backyard Savannah, seeking prey.
Mom calls me Baby Bobcat.
I am Cat, and I am unseen.
(The cat in the picture is a semi-feral tabby named Saia. She really does think she’s a baby bobcat. Picture taken by Lenore Plassman, who can be found writing over at the Creative Fancy site.)
via Daily Prompt: Unseen
I love looking at geodes. The best ones have tiny crystals all through them. The concept of “the crystal cave” has been an endearing one to me throughout my life, and I love holding one in the palm of my hand. This little geode is not even two inches long.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Tiny
I took this one because in just a few days we’re going to have the biggest Supermoon we’ve had in quite some time, for the same reason that last month’s Hunter’s Moon was so big. Our favorite satellite is coming closer to Earth than it has in quite some time, so the moon viewing opportunities are prime.
Keep in mind that this was taken with a humble Nikon Coolpix L830 while braced on a board fence.
A perfectly ordinary housecat as she dreams of being a unicorn.
Slowly the ear begins to center itself on her head, ready to turn into a horn.
What next? I think she’s going to meditate on being a samurai.
Now she’s dreaming of being a writer – I think she’s going to write her adventures down!
via Photo Challenge: Transmogrify
It didn’t look too red, really, but it did look big. You can see the usual effect of the atmosphere coloring it brown – our air is fairly clean here, so it only looks brownish instead of red. It was fun to take photos of. I braced my arms on top of my car to get this. (Now I want a better camera!)