The thing that makes today’s photo unique is not the editing I did to create our Caturday Art. What makes it unusual is the fact that Astrid was on the catio and she and Giulietta were in such close proximity. Astrid was on the cat tower and Giulietta on the railing. They had been watching the birds  on the feeder that is just out of frame to the right.


cartoon cuties


I used two different photo-editing programs to create our submission to Athena and Marie’s Caturday Art Blog Hop. I started with I used the “cartoon” filter and added the frame. I then loaded that photo in piZap where I bumped up the saturation and added the “watery” effect.

cartoon cutiesIn the original photo, I think Giulietta merely looks curious at finding Astrid joining her for Bird TV. In the art photo, she looks angry at Astrid for invading her space. For this reason, I think I like the original best.






To view the other submissions or enter one of your own, click on Athena and Marie’s badge.

Oh boy, tomorrow is Sunday. And you know what that means: Time for selfies! We had an amazing turnout last Sunday with 57 entries. That’s ten more participants than our best turnouts. We are so excited to see what you have to offer this week. You all are so clever and creative when it comes to your selfies and “groupies.”


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