Posted on April 8, 2010
Posted by John Scalzi
A picture of Lopsided Cat, taken by Athena, who is quite handy with the Nikon.
iz full of starz!
“Dear Ceiling Cat, if yur listning, pleez send mor birdz to crash into window. kthnxamen.”
P.S. Nice pic.
That appears to be the “imaginary bug on ceiling” look. Or possibly an attempt at haiku.
dust mote floats on breeze
Lopsided cat is intent
the universe stops
What, you wanted timerless interpretation when I’m busting this out while I should be working?
“I can haz Esteefee?”
.oO I’ll bet I can make the curtain rod from here.
Lop is so beautiful!
Great picture, Athena!
I applaud Athena’s l33t photog skills. And Lopsided Cat’s photogenic features.
O Great Scalzi, what a superb picture of Mighty Lopsided Cat.
Mighty He dominates the frame, is perfectly centered, and is in focus with good depth of field.
Obviously you didn’t take the picture.
The Executive Committee of The Official Ghlaghghee Fan Club demands an equally high quality image of Magnificent She be taken and displayed immediately.
We further demand that Athena be tasked with this, as she clearly is more suited for it.
The Official Ghlaghghee Fan Club
I got bored, and Athena is the next Ansel Adams, so I decided to shoop. I hope you don’t mind. <:
Whoops, the html didn’t work, here is the link to the photo
another feline haiku:
Hunger in my eyes,
Were I larger, you’d be food,
happy fuzzy thoughts.
Tarzan and Jude say, “Meow!” as well.
aaaaaaaaand… I lolled it. I’m sorry, Please forgive me.
Liked the lol, Lemur. Two paws up!
I didn’t want to be the only one
We see through the roof
all the humans are clueless
where are my minions?
Interested cat is interested.
Athena is most definitely gifted with the camera. Pretty kitty. =D
She’s got a Nikon camera, she loves to take a photograph . . .
Love Louise’s comment (#1). Gorgeous photo. Way to go, Athena! Now, Mr. Scalzi, you just need to show Athena how you can “clean” a window without actually cleaning it with one of those nifty retouching features. I clean my carpet that way all the time. Who needs to vacuum? Don’t tell my husband I said that.
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Athena Scalzi, editor/writer -AMS
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