"Go into the sunlight, Molly."
The Husband and I coaxed the furry Girl as she walked beside the side fence. We had been admiring our new front fence, yet again, when we noticed how the late afternoon light lit up our Molly the Cat.
Did she oblige us?
Of course not.
Fortunately, I happened to click the camera just as she wandered off the sun-lit path.
"You're welcome," said Molly the Cat. Purrrrrrr.
I'm linking up with the photography meme Wandering Camera hosted by Soma Acharya of Whims and Fancies. Click here to learn more about this month's meme and to check out other participants.
Bless you allReplyDelete
Right back at you, Cloudia. :-)Delete
Gotta use reverse psychology on cats.ReplyDelete
It's still a nice shot. Cats... What can you do?ReplyDelete
Thanks, Liz. I like it, too. The Husband and I got greedy wanting to see her fur shine in the light. :-)Delete
Molly knows how to strut her stuff and enjoy the dayReplyDelete
That's our girl. :-)Delete
I always feel fortunate when I am able to click pics in the nick of time.ReplyDelete
Molly is our heroine! Sun-lit path looks so romantic :)
Have a great week!
Thanks, Anita. I feel the same way about photo taking. :-)Delete
If she did as she was asked she would be a dog, not a cat :-)ReplyDelete
hahahahahha. Sometimes she acts like a dog, which when that happens, has me wonder if she picked it up while she was living with dogs.Delete
Heh, heh, heh . . . great sun-on-the-tail photo though. Cats, eh? :)ReplyDelete
Dexter didn't always seek out sunbeams either although he liked sitting behind the blinds in the morning. Silly girl, she must like messing with you guys.ReplyDelete
I hope she does. :-)Delete
Cats say no when they really mean yes:)ReplyDelete
So glad you linked up this post on Wandering Camera! She would not be a cat if she was obliging. Well done, Molly :)ReplyDelete