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I can't hand these sunflowers to you (I wish I could) but I'm thinking of you, wishing you the best, my dear friend.
color film for SX-70 by IMPOSSIBLE
Cat, June 2017
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Under the footbridge, sitting on a pile of last year's composting leaves and old, decaying wood, sat a very beautiful cat watching the world go by.
Adventures in Seeing #10 - Decay
Since I am not at all attracted to this week's subject on decay, I need to find an element that is aesthetically pleasing to my personal vision and love of beauty. This Siamese feline posed so prettily as I sought out the beauty in decaying leaves and rotting old wood.
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Texture layers from les brumes
With many thanks to the above.
Here is my 2nd image for the week. My girl, Lacey getting fresh with me. She has so much personality and I so enjoy capturing it.
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but of course lovely<3
taken w/ minolta XD + MC.W. Rokkor 35mm:f1.8
Gus will always be my little boy although he is fully grown now.
Mimi was my precious feline companion for 14 years. She had luxurious silky fur, charming whiskers and eyebrow "feelers", a lovely purr that had a little chime to it and gorgeous expressive blue eyes. She never got into any trouble, never had to be rushed to the vet and never clawed the sofa. She was polite, funny, sweet & darling. Every night she'd come into the bedroom, announce herself with a little cat word that sounded like "brrrumm?" - it definitely had a question mark - then she'd jump up next to me in bed, get as close as possible to me; slide into a sleeping position and start purring. It was a ritual with her - she wouldn't do it if I were watching TV or reading. It had to be after I laid down and turned off the light. She would wait patiently for that moment.
the Very First (and probably the last) shot of Koma & Yoda together with my Rolleiflex T
This roll of film was long left until last month when I bought a flatbed scanner which is able to scan 120mm film.
This photo almost makes me cry. I really really miss those days.
w/ Rolleiflex T + FUJICHROME ASTIA 100F
for charles and my cat