Thursday, August 21, 2014

THURSDAY IN THE GARDEN WITH DANTE: IMPRESSIONS













Hmmm, very imPURRessive indeed!


Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Monday, August 18, 2014

DANTE: FULL OF HIMSELF

Dante is very full of himself these days!  Full of his coat, that is.

 Dante's coat has at least doubled itself over the summer and has just about reached its max.


 It's absolutely glorious!



 If possible, Dante looks even more massive than before.


 It gives the illusion that he has gained a considerable amount of weight.


 But the weight is all pure fluff!



And here we are!  May I PURResent His Royal Majesty -- HRM Fluff 'n Stuff.


The stuff of dreams!

Thursday, August 14, 2014

DANTE ON FIRE

Sunset provides a unique opportunity to catch Dante's fur alight.  I just love the deep contrasts between the shadows and light in this series of pictures.

You may want to biggify to best appreciate them.

















WORDLESS WEDNESDAY: DANTE IS A DOG LOVER!








Monday, August 11, 2014

DANTE IN AUGUST: AHEAD OF THEIR TIME!

We aren't even quite halfway through August yet, and there are at least two things that are already ahead of their time.

One of them is Dante, himself.


 And the other one is Nature.



Dante has gone into full winter coat very early this year, and there are already leaves on our trees turning yellow and falling to the ground.


It just goes to show that ...


... Dante and Nature are very in tune with each other.  I wonder what this means for the rest of us!


Are we going to have Christmas in October?


Friday, August 8, 2014

IMPRESSIONS OF DANTE

Dante always leaves quite an impression.  In this gallery series, I have titled each photo which has been treated with a filter befitting the image.

 "Dante's Infurno"



"A Mewted Dante"




"Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright"




 "Lion in a Rainforest"



 "Fauna and Flora"



 "Tai Chi Master"




 "Dante in Urnest"



 "Dante Alight"



 "Dante the Mews"



In the end, it's quite clear that Dante is an abstract thinker.  Witness ...

"Dante in Abstract I"


"Dante in Abstract II"




The End