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February 08, 2011


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Cats know best. :o)

ellen kelley

Good advice and I truly hope that your friend is well, comforted and has a loving kitty around her. If not, a cup of hot chocolate would be good. Both would be the best.


You and Edgar are so smart :) I'm sure this friend will help improve your friends bummer day. Jx


Positive thoughts, good days to come, that's the spirit! The dried flowers encased in ice are so beautiful, they're jewel-like, thank you for sharing.


Edgar and you know so well how to bring sun in the heart of your friend.

Sonia / Cozy Memories

You, Edgar & Mother Nature are so wise
this energy is being burnt, it's just a matter of a couple of days, if not only a couple of hours. You know, digestion requires some time, but when it's over, it's over forever. (lovely image, right ?)
oxoxo love you

Lisa at Lil Fish Studios

Gorgeous photos! And now I'm picturing Edgar with a Soprano-esque fuggedaboudit accent.


Margie, these are stunning. I love that glint in the last ice photo. Edgar has the right attitude towards those kinds of days. Maybe we should adopt a cat's attitude more often towards what life throws at us.


Wow, your use of a macro lens is an art form. These photos brighten my day; I hope they worked for your friend as well!


Beautiful pictures.

Janee Lookerse

OH WOW! I love love love the 4th image. So good.



hope your friend is okay!
i love those frozen flowers- it's like they're trapped in a frozen bubble! gorgeous.


Amazing photos, my friend!


Amazing Nature's wonders!

joan v.

LOVE those photos!

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