Sixteen years and this is the first time we’ve had a rattlesnake at the front door. Cloe saw it first and I cringed because she had just been brought in from the enclosure a half hour earlier!
I used a long tree stake to “encourage” him to leave. He was NOT happy!
I was able to inch him away from the enclosure but he wouldn’t leave. He just got more angry.
He finally left but is now under a Lantana I pass by every morning 🙁
Joshua Tree National Park with the 3 Cs turned out to be a fun time for all!
(Click Here for info on Camping)
Chris (Click image if you’re interested in his shoes)
Cleo (not as brave as his sister)
Cloe (much more adventurous than her brother!)
It’s been awhile since you’ve been subjected to a cat video so here you go. 🙂
(note that Cloe isn’t as crazed by it as her brother)
Cleo and Cleo encountered their first cat in 3 years recently. We had just arrived at our campsite
in Monument Valley when a very sweet black cat came around. Cleo did not share our sentiments!
Listen for yourself 🙂
For your amusement…..another Cleo and Cloe video. This time they discover tissue paper.
It’s time for another adventure with Cleo and Cloe. This time: The Drinking Fountain.
These fountains are great but it didn’t last long. Cloe was determined to figure out where the
water was coming from which lead to turning it over several times a week. She’s a clever one.
Since not everyone likes cats, I’m also including a photo from yesterday. Native barrel cactus are
blooming so keep your eye out this next week for colors ranging from pale yellow to bright orange/red.
Tech info: Hand held, Canon 180mm Macro lens, ISO 400, f/6.7, 1/350th, +.5 exp comp.
And now without further ado….Here’s Cleo and Cloe 🙂
Cloe just recently started crawling up on my lap from under my desk. She’s very good at getting my attention and pointing out that I need to stop and play with her more often 🙂
A quick lensbaby shot of a favorite ornament. Happy Holidays all!
Cloe continues to take really good care of her brother Cleo.
(I’ve missed a couple of photo days due to re-organizing my digital darkroom)
You don’t actually “walk” a cat. You “follow” a cat. This makes for a lot of very slow moving and sitting while they stalk lizards. The positive is the time it presents for reading or for playing with my camera. I am trying to get inspired to use my Lensbaby more and also shooting more infrared so here is a shot with both implemented.