Catching the fleeting scenes of many splendored life with a camera.
'Look closely. The beautiful may be small' — Kant

16 December 2011

The Cat that Walks On Her Own.
Night Watch.

I feel especially honoured by the moggy's visits, because she clearly doesn't drop in for food — she won't even taste any titbits I offer her since she obviously gorges herself on food at the neighbours'. Thus I deduce she comes by our terrace out of respect or just for the fun of hanging out with us, which flatters me a lot and proves that animals are capable of uninterested love.

Curiously, this isn't the first time an animal shows a lot of unfounded affection for me. As a teenager I once spent a couple of weeks holidays with a family whose well-cared for dog suddenly became so fond of me at first sight that he would follow me wherever I went and wouldn't part company with me day and night, completely forgetting his owner who, by the way, was the one who fed the pooch. When I was leaving, he followed me to the train station and was howling on the platform as my train was moving away. It broke my heart, and it hurts every time I remember the scene.
Ready for the jump.

Cat preparing for a jump
Cat preparing for a jump.
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8 December 2011


I bet few people notice the beauty of tree foliages around them. By contrast, being a compulsive gazer and slow life acolyte, I can't help stopping to enjoy the beauty of canopies, tree crowns and every unusual tree leaves I come across. Which, on the other hand, makes me quite a time-wasting roamer.
Anyway, the fact that every tree comes with unique shape and form of leaves has always fascinated me.  Here go some of my favourite leafage backgrounds.

Flame tree foliage (Brachychiton Acerifolius)
Flame tree foliage (Brachychiton Acerifolius).
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