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Friday, January 21, 2022

Nature and Feline Friday

  Nature Friday host LLB Gang  and Feline Friday  host Comedy Plus

Sunset N. Ogden, UT
 January 13, 2022

Wolf Moon rising over our cul-de-sac, January 17, 2022.
Raleigh, NC
Photo taken from our driveway
  Smaller lights are porch and street lights

Earlier this week, while scrolling through the pictures on my iPad,  I  found some photos of this handsome kitty.  He was  lounging on the back porch.  I don't remember when I took them.  Everything was green so I expect it was late spring early summer. I never saw him again. 


  1. love it!!! our moon photos looked odd, but we felt this moon efurry night and watched it while the mama turned into an ice cube in her PJ LOL

  2. Your moon photo from earlier this week is magnificent. (The moon was spectacular here that night too, but Gail's camera phone is just not up to the task).
    What a pretty kitty too.
    Wonder what became of him?

  3. Awesome wolf moon shot! That handsome kitty looked pretty comfy. Too bad he never returned. Oh, and nice tip of the hat to The Rascals.

  4. It was a beautiful moon indeed. I saw it two mornings. Beautiful.

    Love that kitty and it can do whatever it wants.

    Thank you for joining the Feline Friday Blog Hop.

    Have a purrfect Feline Friday and weekend. Big hug. ♥

  5. Great moon photos. We wonder who that kitty belongs to.

  6. I have been viewing the wolf moon each morning, it appears at 4 am to be hanging from the branches in our pine tree, when at the breaking of day, Beau and i walke with it smack dab in the middle of the street hanging in the sky. so beautiful. it is so easy to see it when the sky is breaking first light. one morning we were a little later and the sun was breaking behind us and the wolf moon was in front of us. hope the kitty is ok and was just visiting from his home. next time let him in and keep him. he is so cute

  7. The Wolf Moon has been spectacular here also. I woke during the night and thought Ivor had left a light on, it was shining so brightly through the bedroom curtains.

  8. Those are both cool sky pictures. Too bad the kitty didn't stay longer he/she might have become the new resident of your home.

  9. We saw the Wolf Moon was quite spectacular! That kitty sure looks comfy.....wish he'd visited you more often - you just might have had a new resident!

    Hugs, Pam

  10. Gorgeous sky shots ~ love the full moon ~ your kitty photos 'steal the show' ~ Xo

    Wishing you lots of loving moments,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  11. Love the sky shots! The wolf moon has been so huge and beautiful here too.

  12. Beautiful sunset and moon rise shots! We have a kitty that occasionally visits at the back door of the nursing home. We don't know if he's a feral cat, or is somebody's kitty taking a little walk. We keep some cat food available to give him when he shows up, which he accepts gratefully. But he won't let anybody catch him.

  13. That kitty was very handsome! I hope he comes back. Beautiful shot of the moon. It looked like daylight here with that moon.

  14. What a beautiful sunset from C and OMD, I really like your moon picture!

    ...what an adorable kitty!

  15. Terrific sky shoots! Mom wanted to see the full wolf Moon, but it clouded up JUST BEFORE the moon rose (and it has been cloudy and foggy ever since). I hope your kitty visitor was an inside cat escapee and is back safe in their house!

  16. I saw that huge moon the other night.
    Happy weekend.

  17. wee dood......we hope wear ever ewe went... and wear ever ewe R... ewe iz safe and happee

    ya lookz like mackerull...

    hay !!! thatz ME :) ♥♥

  18. Beautiful photos.That is a cute kitty, I hope he is OK. XO

  19. That moon is something! Oh what a sweet kitty, wonder where it went off to?!?!


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