Thursday, May 6, 2010

Night sky

Late, late at night on very bright (moonlit) nights when I'm walking the dogs, it looks like this when I look up.


A strange sight for (mostly cow-revering) India, these leather items for sale. Would be more expected in Morocco.
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SamArtDog said...

Spider plants are like spinach for cats... makes em grow big as Popeye. Btw, hope you're not letting him graze over at my house!

Jala Pfaff said...

It's the long-lost SamArtDog! How are things?
Yep, I'm letting Lynxie have the run of your house so he can trim all your plants for you. He does a great job--so great you won't even remember you HAD a plant! (We bring him some grass every day now.)

Tina Steele Lindsey said...

beautiful Jala, so soft, so wonderful, so real looking

SamArtDog said...

My mother's computer has a HUGE screen and EEK! a mouse! Pat my head, scratch my belly. How strange!

Dad's memorial was small and simple. Sammiches and beer. Glorious weather. He loved it; so did we all.

Ate flied crams yesterday for cinqodemayo. They were really good. You woulda barfed.

Home next week Wed. or Sat.

Ian Foster said...

Beautiful image of the night sky....very strange herbivorous cat.

Anonymous said...

Seeing the dark sky without light- just what you did here. A lesson in grey scale.
Lynx gets busted in the house, and Chili Pepper cries for me to bring grass INTO the house. Which I do.
He loves it, eats it, and then upchucks it somewhere secret, revealed only to my bare feet.

Astrid Volquardsen said...

Mmmh, I really do like the composition and colors. Another glory from the skyhunter.

Janelle Goodwin said...

What a magical sky, Jala! Your powers of observation show. And again, your kitty made me laugh.

Sonya Johnson said...

Love the moonlit clouds; you did a great job capturing that unique glow.

Cats being naughty - is there any other kind? It's hard not to laugh, as we mustn't encourage this sort of behavior, but it's just funny.

Anonymous said...

Funny how those clouds just glow when the moon is big. And here is a demonstration of just how colorful greys can be! It's lovely.

Do you suppose they wait for the cows to die a natural death before making those hats?

Brian McGurgan said...

Lovely night sky, Jala. One of our cats, Momo, terrorizes the spider plants in our apartment too - it's like an addiction for her. Kyoko got her fill tonight catching up on pictures of your menagerie.