Judes Photography Challenges, Life at No.22, Life in Colour

Life in Colour – What do I see?

Joining in with Jude’s photography challenge via Life in Colour – March is all about green. Well, in this post, the colour green is minuscule and in the eye of the beholder.

Look into my eyes

What do you see?

A dangling mouse,

Hanging catnip,

Numerous balls of tangled wool,

Perhaps just one mangled bird.

Relaxed and unpredictable.

What will be my next conquest?.

If you think a rabbit is out of the question for a cat then you didn’t meet a cat that owned us many years ago.

31 thoughts on “Life in Colour – What do I see?”

  1. Gorgeous cat image! One of my cats would eat the mice he caught and regurgitate what I assumed to be bowels. Once I walked into the garage barefoot and stepped in the cold mouse guts. My husband was on the phone with a customer or vendor and had to hang up because his wife was screaming!๐Ÿ˜ฑ

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  2. I was watching an episode of Midsomer Murders last night (you know about my obsession with that show, right?) and in this episode this guy who was teaching a selfish little upper class prig of a spoiled brat how to shoot (there’s a problem right there) said that foxes eyes glow bright green at night when most other animals (some cats do) don’t. I googled it.

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    1. It’s called emphasising a colour via photoshop, light etc comes into play. I took many photos of animals we have cared for over the years, more time was spent photographing them than we ever did on our own years ago. Never watched Midsomer Murders. How could we manage without googling ๐Ÿ™‚

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      1. Apparently foxes have a compound in their retina. The things you learn from Inspector Barnaby (if I was ever on Mastermind Midsomer Murders would be my special subject).

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    1. Totally agree with your sentiments. As I don’t miss screaming in horror at the latest rat that was unceremoniously dumped in our kitchen at 1am with loud screeching just to make the moment more dramatic.

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