I was at a local riding school, ostensibly to take photos of some of the horses for their social media, but there were also cats (and dogs and chickens and guineafowls) around. So even though it wasn’t feline Friday, I shot a bit of them too.
This guy is a Cape Leopard Bengal cat.
…many people consider the Bengal to be a wild cat that only pretends to be domesticated
And that fits pretty well for this chap, who doesn’t like to go indoors or hang around humans. But will always be nearby when there’s food on offer.
But that’s your feline studies lesson over for today, because right now, I need to get on with editing some horse pics before the football.
Busy day, lots accomplished. But now I need to spend time relaxing rather than blogging, so please enjoy a quota photo from last night’s sunset cruise in Table Bay.
Lots of smoke around from the recent fire, but sadly it was mostly blowing away from the sun, so we weren’t able to reap the benefits there. Still, lovely night on the water and I’ll sort some more photos out tomorrow.
More of everything tomorrow in fact, because it’s now time for some footy on the TV and a game of pool.
I don’t do early mornings whenever I can help it, but with the onset of Autumn and the kids’ return to school, I have at least had the pleasure of some impressive early morning views from our bedroom window.
The smoke from a veldfire… somewhere… made for some nice mustard on the left. The clouds made for some nice contrasty stuff on the right. This was quick and dirty (I had packed lunches to pack and schoolchildren to schoolchild). But I’m hopeful that there may be opportunities for a few more images over the next couple of weeks and beyond.