An Engineer’s Guide to Cats
Two engineers, three cats and a guide. Via my friend Joanna. Enjoy!
A field of lavender:
The blossom of a succulent plant:
The old railroad tracks in spring green:
An excellent combination.
Except I think this bee may be mooning me. Click on the photo to enlarge.
This bee looks like she’s just starting her work day because she’s not covered in pollen yet:
Same bee, different view.
But first, the pictures. Her Ladyship goes flippykitty:
Showing the other side:
Coming to rest:
Now for the almost-double dactyl:
Look at Her Ladyship
Sprawled in the yard on her
Back in the sun.
Dare I approach her and
Offer a bellyrub?
Claws in my forearms don’t
Sound like much fun.
Some photos from the past several days:
A small insect on a chamomile blossom (that must be one very calm insect, with excellent digestion):
Honkin’ big scissors, at a local repair shop where all the employees use them. (That’s my hand next to them, to give an idea of the scale.)
Does Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the USS Enterprise have something to hide... like his Hebrew name?
Tiny stork’s-bill blossoms: