Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Surprise!









I was going to post some great deer photos I've taken over the Summer and Fall. Then I realized I actually have photos of all the creatures I painted in Dean's Wildlife from last weekend. And as most of you probably know I always relate my art and photos in some way. The first photo is of my cat Baby. She is bossing God around as we speak. The Blue jeans frog was taken on a night hike at Tirimbina, Costa Rica. Do you see his blue jeans? The pheasant photo was taken near Hixton, Wisconsin. The elegant fawn was captured in someone's front yard in Hatfield, Wisconsin. The Owl moth was discovered at Pasado Andrea Cristina in Costa Rica. And lastly the baby bunny was found bouncing around our backyard. For more Cats On Tuesdays visit http://www.gattinamycats.blogspot.com/ Happy Thanksgiving everyone!




































































10 comments:

DJan said...

What wonderful pictures, Sharon. I hope Baby is not bossing God around from up there, is she? I am hoping not! The moth is so incredible, but that adorable fawn is my favorite. Great collection, thanks so much for sharing these with me.

JEWELGIRLS KATZ said...

Hi Baby, you are adorable! I love
your wildlife pictures, I am a fan
of all Gods creatures! Never had a
chance to see a frog in those colors,
I assume it is a tropical species?
Happy Thanksgiving! :)

Cindy said...

Great photos! Love your kitty.
cindy

AL said...

Baby, your Mom takes so much photos of unusual creatures. My, my the blue jeaned frog looks so cool in his skinny jeans LOL!

Sharon you made this creatures dignified in your photography.

AL

Margaret Pangert said...

Hi Sharon! I love your new banner!
And Baby was so precious... Oh...
The Blue Jean frog is incredible! Great macros on all these creatures--you were meant to illustate animals.
Happy Thanksgiving, Sharon! xxox

The Chair Speaks said...

Love the angle of Baby's and blue-jean frog's photo shoots.

chicamom85 said...

Wow, I love them all. The fawn is so precious.

Anne

Pam said...

I love all your photos. You did such a great job! I am never able to get upclose shots like that.

katztales said...

Baby looks sweet, and the pics you take are great! If you like hot and humid, you'd love Malaysia - and Sarawak has some of the most amazing wildlife in the world. Have you been here before?

I'm a writer and on Monday afternoon I'll be talking about my latest book Katz Tales, Living Under The Velvet Paw on radio! Listen to us on the Internet??? Details on my blog.

SquirrelQueen said...

I figure your Baby and my Tasha have taken over Heaven and are making plans to secure the lower region as well, being they probably want complete and absolute control.

I love your photos, the baby rabbit is adorable.

Judy