Tuesday, January 5, 2010

The Watcher

I miss summertime when the earth is warm and rich with life. Here you see The Watcher. Her name is Snowbunny and until she moved away with her owners, she was often my silent companion as I tended the garden. I miss the little dickens.


8 comments:

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

They have a way of capturing your heart. I know this big black "Baby Kitty" got mine. I like the way you took the picture.

Lois said...

What a cute name! Seems to be playing hide-n-seek.

Cedar ... said...

She looks like my beloved Midnight that disappeared last summer. Miss my "Middy".... So now I have JenJen and she will not be allowed outdoors. Love those beautiful yellow eyes!

Prospero said...

Perhaps Snowbunny will surprise you with an unexpected visit. Critters has been known to disagree with their owners free-flowing mobility designs. Some travel many miles to return to a favorite spot.

Beth, I want to wish you a great New Year. You have such a kind heart and I just wanted you to know that is the way I feel about you.

Please, please take care of your sister. It's not often that you get a second chance. I really admire your genuine affection for your sister and I am confident that she is in the best of hands.

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

The red-face man is really an Indian or Native American mask I made from a piece of firewood.

Natural Moments said...

Snowbunny is a cute and unexpected name for a black kitty. She would certainly stand out wonderfully in a winter wonderland. Beautiful capture and keepsake memory.

Clytie said...

I like the peek-a-boo cat - cute!

Nina P. said...

Actually it is nice to know we are being watched. Or maybe I should say Watched Over. Great Photo of a furry friend. Blessings to you and yours. Love and Light, Nina P