Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, pets are being abandoned all over the world due to city-wide evacuations and/or misguided fears that animals can carry the virus. It is heart breaking to hear that many are left on the streets while others are starving as they are trapped indoors. To help in the efforts to rescueContinue reading “Help Me Help Pets!”
Warm weather is on it’s way! We made it folks. We survived another Winter! Although, I don’t know about everyone else but this was one of the most mild Winters we have had in a long time. We had maybe two good snowstorms but other than that just rain and wind. Now it’s already gettingContinue reading “Spring is Being a Tees!”
3/20/18, Megtography #10 – Happy Ostara! – Today is the first day of Spring! To celebrate my son and I planted seeds and made a kitty garden! She keeps eating my plants so I decided she needed her own plants she is allowed to eat. We planted cat nip, cat grass, dill, basil, parsley andContinue reading “#10 – Happy Ostara!”
I was finally able to visit a friend I hadn’t seen in a while yesterday. I brought my camera so I could mess around with it some more and get a feel for the different lenses. I took pictures of her pets who are always a pleasure to see. She has one dog, Country, andContinue reading “Photo Journal: Beloved Pets”
3/18/18, Megtography #8 – Pretty kitty – And she knows it!
3/15/18, Megtography #5 – Hairy Toes – My first photo with my new camera! I haven’t had much time to mess around with it but I’m hoping this weekend I can get some snow pictures.
2/22/17, Megtography #29 – Im not fat; I’m a stuffed animal!
2/21/17, Megtography #28 – It’s good to be king!
2/18/17, Megtography #25 – Making mew friends!
It’s amazing to see how a few scribbles and scratches on paper can create an image. I’ve been using a pen lately to prevent erasing. All my lines are permanent so therefore I don’t have the option of a second attempt to get a line perfect. I’ve been practicing many different pen and ink techniquesContinue reading “Scribbles & Scores”