Agent Nala On Spy Duty

Maine Coon: Nala

Maine Coon watching Nebraska ground squirrel

eating Rose Moss flower buds.

“Varmit!”

Maine Coon watching ground squirrel

“Yes, Nala. The squirrel is eating our little pretties,

but your oh-so refined hunting skills will not be necessary today.”

Feline spy

“Dream on, li’l kitty. You’re a cat with an inside job. Feel lucky.”

Moon watching Jupiter

Later that night, Lu and I saw the Moon spying on Jupiter.

Two Moons

Two Moon — Double Agent

Neither a skill, nor a trick, but a total accident of a digital nature.

I have no idea how this happened with a single shot. Do you?

Keith and Lu

Happy Labor Day!

Lu and Keith

Cheers!”

โ™ฅ

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14 thoughts on “Agent Nala On Spy Duty

  1. Nala is so beautiful… I have three cats and Iยดd say I am definitely “a cat person”. I have always felt a powerful connection with felines… The pics of the moon spying on Jupiter and the last one, with your dear one are great, UT… Hugs. Happy sunday โญ

  2. HaPPy SuNDaY, Amalia! ๐Ÿ™‚ Lu and I could be considered “puppy people”, even though we’ve both had a few feline pets. Nala is actually my daughter, Kirstie’s, kitty.
    Glad to hear you like the pics. Thank you! Huggz, UT

  3. Thank you, Inese! I’m just shooting with a li’l Sony Cyber-shot, a point-and-shoot camera. I don’t know how to set it for a double exposure. That night, I used my tripod, and had the camera on the “night scene” setting. If the camera moved during the longer exposure, there would have been a blur between the two. Right?
    I’m a complete amateur, so I know zippo, really. But I did tire of using other peoples pics on my blog, and wished to use my own. Hope they’re up to snuff.
    Thank you kindly for chiming in! Much appreciated! Peace and hugz, Keith

  4. It sometimes happens to me – I set the double exposure by accident ๐Ÿ™‚
    If the camera moved during the long exposure, the moon would look like it was stretched – or melted ๐Ÿ™‚
    Using your own photographs is always the best thing to do. You can take a picture for your poem, or write a poem for your picture ๐Ÿ™‚ Hugs!

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