Friday, February 22, 2008

Finally Friday

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This photo was done using the crosshatch and mosaic filters in photoshop, after the greyscale was applied. First she used the mosiac effect at larger size. Then she reduced the image and appied crosshatch filter.

Board the Friday Ark at The Modulator
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Bad Kitty Cats Festival of Chaos 02-24-2008 Mz. Mog & Kitty Cats at Mind of Mog
Optional Theme - CatNip Or Treats

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Wait a minute? What do you mean...nip OR treats? What's wrong with both?

The Carnival of the Cats #206 2/24/08 is going to House of the (Mostly) Black Cats
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Join Photohunters on Saturday. This week's theme is "wooden".



If you would like to join House Panthers, please contact Not the Mama for an invitation.

Did you know? The Black Cat, not the Siamese, as many think, was the cat sacred to Bast and having a black cat in your home was sure to bring the blessings of the Egyptian Godess there, granting you riches and prosperity. More Black Cat Trivia.

Don't Forget! Monday is Midnight Monday here at House Panthers! Show off your beautiful black coat!

BLACK CATS ARE BEST CATS!

3 comments:

Mo said...

Diamond,
Your picture looks like a charcoal sketch from an art class - very cool!
Thanks for all this great info!
You are one awesome House Panther!
luv,
Not The Mama

Tom said...

Thanks for the comment! The Bear - and his Certified Reconditioned box - play a big part in my cat memoir, Under The Paw (being published by Simon And Schuster in June). I think my next blog may be on a celebrating-black-cats theme.That said, I've just had to have serious middle class dad style words with on of mine for bullying my sunny ginger feral.

I'll add you to my links. Anyone you can direct to littlecatdiaries.blogspot.com much appreciated...

Spooker said...

Tom - that is cool that you're getting a memoir published.
Mine might be called "And then she napped. Again."
But Not The Mama carries Simon & Schuster books at The Wren's Nest, so I will tell him to look for it in the catalog!