Did you know March 28 is Respect Your Cat Day?
Now I don’t normally do ‘picture posts’ two days in a row
But that’s the best excuse ever to ‘replay’ and enjoy some photos from 2014 trip 😊
Where we saw many families enjoying the fresh air.
Going about their business as normal
As well as those relaxing and enjoying grassy areas in ‘parks and gardens’
There were quiet solitary onlookers content to watch the world go by
As well as those who stood on guard
Or waited patiently
Or who had found comfort in being ‘close to you’
But the ones I liked best were the ones who looked you right in the eye
and said “we own this place – respect us and it”
The ancient city of Ephesus
So many cats with no obvious home – catch, desex and release was often spoken about but we sometimes wondered if it actually did happen.
This little one can tell you it does
(These are just a few – we saw many many more during that overseas trip)
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Sharing with #Sunday Stills – Respect Your Cat
Jude’s (Travel Worlds) photo challenge for this year (2021) is entitled Life in Colour This month (March) the colour has been Green…….another of my favourites 😊.
And with St Patrick’s Day having just gone you may even find Sue (EC) and others have shared a belated bit of green for Sunday Selections which you’ll find over at her blog (Elephant’s Child) 😊.
Terri at Second Wind Leisure has also chosen Green for her Sunday Stills photo challenge
So with green in mind let’s see what I can find.
(In my archives or ‘newly minted)
Around the house and in nearby suburbs
A few groceries still to be put away, a little bit of green in the plastics drawer.
And a lone wheelie bin on the nature strip (waiting to be put away).
An old photo of our green rotary line – when the garden was fairly new in that spot.
There’s the old green painted kitchen chair we used on the Afternoon Tea Day
A beautiful sea green Italian bowl filled with a collection of seaside mementos
sand dollars, tiny bits of coral, shells and green sea glass.
You never know what you’ll see on the back deck.
Green tape measure, green grass, green tarp on a chair???
(as well as my much loved, much missed beautiful brown shadow)
Beautiful shades of green at my nearby park with it’s tall trees and windy paths
A wet day in Main Street Croydon – the whole street scape has now been ‘redesigned’.
So these green circular seats have been removed
Also the green benches on the other side of the street
It’s not too far to Hookey Park Mooroolbark with its magnificent green roofed rotunda
as well as the big bird sculptures
Down the road in another direction to Montrose where the green road sign
tells how far it is to the top of the hills
And lastly the little green jacket that was the cause of so much emotional stress
Is now in Grandma’s hands ready for the little one to wear coming home
Joining EC and others for this week’s Sunday Selections
Life in Colour March can be found at Travel Worlds.
Linking to Sunday Stills where Green is the colour of the week
Maybe you’d like to join in some time