This week, Thimble's back to her usual modeling ways. She happily posed for a recent photo shoot, and of course she wants to share the results with all of you.
Unlike a certain pup and certain other kitties in the house, this girl has no qualms with the camera.
She lets that flashy box get right up there in her face. And she loves it.
And, excuse a doting mommy, but it would seem that the camera loves Thimble, too.
Now, to give the model a break, we'll move on to the art of the day. There isn't a whole lot of explanation to this one, other than the fact that yesterday's fox piece made me feel compelled to create a similar quip of a quote with none other than a kitty.
Do you ever just have one of those days? Well, today is not one of those days for us. Because it's none other than Brian's Thankful Thursday Blog Hop, and we have much to be thankful for!
Of all of the wonderful things with which we are blessed, today we are most especially thankful for all of you furiends of ours. We would be lost, not to mention so very bored, without you all. Thank you for being our furiends!
Our Tip of the Day:We'll take a bit of a different approach to today's tip and just remind everyone of the wonderful macro setting on your cameras. If you are going for a closeup shot, such as one of your furbaby's adorable nose or eyes or whiskers, set the camera to macro so that it will focus on the detail of those up close and personal features. Keep in mind that on macro, though, you still have to put some space between the camera and the subject, typically a couple to a few inches, or else focus will not be possible. So, for those closeup photo shoots with your furbabies (assuming they allow it, that is), don't forget to macro!