This could not possibly be more wonderful Pat!
What a sweet shot!
Pat ! Hello! What a wonderful cat you have and also a great photo! Love it! Jeanne
very cool in black and white!
I am loving these cat shots Pat! Meow!!
Such a cute cat, and a great photograph.
Pat, that’s so darling! She looks like she’s just barely tolerating that camera.
Hi Pat, What a pretty cat! I enjoyed the story about your husband and the rare bird, I mean robin. Have a great weekend!
A very sweet shot.
Love this. I can’t resist any photo with a cute cat. Great job with the editing.
Looks very beautiful. The cat is so cute. Wonderful B & W colors!
. . . .and he looks very comfy 🙂 I love your treatment of this and of course the shot is unique 🙂 Lovely work . . .
lovely photo Pat
love her expression!!! and B & W /grainy + great compostion!!
Very cute! I love it!
Delicious Electra in B & W, nice cat.
very beautiful black and white!
So sweet! I love your kitchen helper. 🙂
Wonderful black and white look. Your kitty is beautiful! And what a nice still life this made.
What a nice shot in b&W!
wonderful shot, and so cute too 🙂
Beautiful B & W.
Wonderful cat! Cool shot!
beautiful to keep it in b/w. this could be my cat… always laying on top of what i want to read or write;)
I like the texture in this shot. And the idéa of the cat on the book. 🙂
… Not on a ‘hot tin roof’, but on a cookbook! 🙂 Clever title and wonderful shot.
I am glad you liked the rostu candelholder.
Your photos are just amazing!
love Primrose ,-)
Love the B&W and the texture. Great capture.
I’m sure she must have her favs,eh? Sweet Electra!
what a great face!
What a great place for that beautiful cat to post. (And you have an excuse not to use the book ;>)
What a beautiful cat.
What sharp claws she must have
I guess you’d know!
Suzy-the-cat and I LOVE this photo! 🙂 Suzy would also like me to tell you that you’ve been “FLAMINGOED”–stop on over at our house (er, blog) to make sense of that… 😉
Well, I just reached the end of your front page and have to say, your work always inspires my artistic drive. I love your creativity both in imagery and words/titles (cat on a cookbook… wonderful!).
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