Post 743: sleepy boy…

The boys have favorite places to sleep. Dougy prefers a carrier next to the recliner. It has a towel in it and it is secure and cozy. Andy prefers the washing machine lid or inside the dryer, if I leave the door open.

Andy in his dryer nest.

Andy in his dryer nest.

Of course, a black cat in a white interior makes for a photographic nightmare, but I got something in the camera for you, and that was it!

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Here is an older photo of Andy in the dryer that is much clearer.

"Rub my nose, human."

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32 thoughts on “Post 743: sleepy boy…

    • LOL! Reminds me of the late great Woody, one of my neighbor’s cats. He was a large tabby, a really personable cat that loved to spend his days in our backyard “bird watching” from the patio and just hanging. Like all cats, whatever I was doing, he had to be there to check it out. He made putting a netting over a fruit tree a challenge because he kept attacking some dried leaves caught in it from the previous year! I finally got it over the tree, but it took half an hour instead of a few minutes. Then, when I racked the autumn leaves, he perched on top of the pile, refusing to move when I started to fill trash bags with the leaves until he was on a column of leaves, the last place on the yard where there were any. I eventually had to just move hiom because he refused to give up his perch!He was a great cat, and I know that that exposure to a really sweet kitty predisposed me to getting my own cats years later. In fact, the late Louie the ginger cat was a ginger version of the grey Woody.

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    • Just “followed” you — you are an inspiring photographer! Glad you commented because I now know about you. Anyway, I’m looking forward to your guy. Kitty? Dog? Never mind! From what I saw in your blog, it will be great!

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      • You have a great eye, from what I wsaw, and I’d think it would get you more business if more people viewed it. There are people on WordPress who can help you increase your viewership for business, though I don’t have any names. I just know I’ve seen their blogs at some time in the past. Anyway, good luck! Your portraits are uniquely yours, I think. None of that “just posed” stuff. You seem to have a talent for pulling out your subjects’ personalities, noi easy job!

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      • Thanks!
        I really needed that. Self-affirmation isn’t easy to achieve but for you to say that means you actually grasped that.

        Please let me know if you every do come across their page. I need a spike in gigs. I want to reach out and get the customers that miss my blog.

        Eric

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      • Just looking through some of your recent posts – the NJ family shoot is tremendous! – it is self-evident to me you are really good at what you do. I see photos like that. It’s sort of formal yet very personal (the boys wrestling each other on one side in that last photo). I have no doubt that family will love those memories for a life time!

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  1. Everyone should have a cat or two just to show us WE are. George is currently making the rounds of the windows all around the house. He will spend a few days there and then move on to the next. One window has a broken blind and won’t go up and he never stops pestering me to open it.

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