Saturday, October 10, 2009

Tree Kitty Silhouette


Yesterday I caught a silhouette of this Tree Top Kitty perusing the scenery below. He was quite still--no doubt hoping some stray bird would land on him! I adore his fluffy tail!

Can you see him?
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I found him poised at the top of one of our bevy of walnut trees. He looks like a very large green and fluffy Main Coon cat. I have a real love for them. Someday when I am an old lady, another gorgeous, humongous Main Coon will grace our home.

9 comments:

Looking to the Stars said...

I see him! That is so cool. I love your imagination. I found an old book from 1873, it has stories from the Cornish people in England. The author mentions the mermaid race, I thought of you as I read it. I'm hoping he says more about them :)

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

It took me a period of time, and clicking on the photo, looking at the enlargement trying to see the kitty in the tree top. Then I looked again and felt foolish. lol

Natural Moments said...

It makes one want to climb to the tops of trees as well to experience the wonderous and wide ranged perspective and point of view.

Wendy said...

I thought it looked more like a sheepdog, until you explained the main coon cat! Now I can see a kitty - but I think a sheepdog would work too. Watching out for his flock of sheep from above, or maybe another sheepdog took his place and he's keeping an eye on whether this "replacement" is doing his job properly! LOL!

At least this kitty won't be needing a fireman to take it back down! LOL.
I like your imagination too.

Kcalpesh said...

Awesome looking silhouette. I feel the trees with the vibrant and dynamic shapes, look very beautiful in the night or in silhouettes! Great shot!

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magiceye said...

that is beautiful!

Woman in a Window said...

Your eyes are marvelous creatures!
xo
erin

Clytie said...

Wonderful catch, sissie. Yes he is a wonderfully fluffy kitty on the treetop prowl! Hope he doesn't catch too many birds. :=}

humbl devil said...

i agree with wendy...it does look like a sheepdog too...

:)