Categories Uncategorized Supplementary Portraiture, 4/28/11 Post author By John Scalzi Post date April 28, 2011 16 Comments on Supplementary Portraiture, 4/28/11 Just a couple other snaps from the morning: Share: By John Scalzi I enjoy pie. View Archive → ← All the Mammals in the Same Room → Various and Sundry, 4/28/11 16 replies on “Supplementary Portraiture, 4/28/11” Athena looks like she shares my view of mornings. (I’m sure they are nice and necessary parts of life… someone else’s life.) D’awwwww whosagooddoggie? whosagooddoggie? You are a darned good photographer, John. I always enjoy your choice of subjects and composition. I don’t even dabble but I do love your pictures. Hahaha my kiddo looks the same way early in the morning, all dozing-off-on-the-couchish. :-) You need to do something to make these pics a little more SFnal, so we can nominate you for a Hugo as Best Fan Artist. ;-) Man, if I got nominated as Best Fan Artist, I’d probably get murdered in the night by outraged fen. Athena and Daisy both look like having their picture taken is the last thing they want to be bothered with. Poor things! :-) Yeah, Jennifer, I can tell Daisy hasn’t had her breakfast yet in this picture. She has the universal, “What about breakfast” dog face. Athena is secure in the knowledge that Lopside Cat is on guard. I think Daisy’s face is more of the classic definition of “hang dog” look. From the past photos posted, she’s been working hard on that look. Daisy appears to have that,”who put me on guard duty with the sleeping cat?” face. I seriously doubt that she was put on guard duty, unless the neighborhood raccoons are acting suspiciously lately, well, more suspicious than usual… It looks like a sad morning in the Scalzi household. Heh, my cat sits in that pose Daisy has. I call her “holding down the floor” position. She’ll even lay down completely with her front legs ramrod straight down onto the lower step in front of her. Daisy is baffled that you are using your hands to hold the camera instead of the much more important task of petting her. Daisy always looks sad around the cats. Is that just me? Is she being bullied by the Aristocrats? I love when dogs sit like that. My parents used to have a Great Dane who would do that on their staircase. She’d take up three steps. :) Comments are closed.