Saturday, February 21, 2009

Walking at the speed of cat.



Up the hill in the blue sky and sunshine, we moved at the speed of cat, which is a little slower than the speed of light.




The witness stone was soft with lichens.













Blue sky and sunshine, a cold wind, raven's wings, soft light on a winter landscape.



12 comments:

Teri said...

I always come to your page, looking for peace and I always find it...

Thank you

Teri and the cats of Furrydance

meemsnyc said...

Those are lovely photos! So picturesque!

SUSAN SONNEN said...

I want to tell you how very much I enjoy your posts.

Buskitten said...

Well the good weather is definately in Wales and not Scotland! It looks as if Spring has sprung in your neck of the woods!

ChrisJ said...

So glad Mr. Griffiths is back home at last and Nadolig is safe in his arms.
Such wonderful views you have. Did you know a lot of people in the States don't know what a ginger cat is? They call them red tabbies. I like 'ginger' much better.

Morning's Minion said...

Let me guess: this one is not too stripey, more marble and marmalade, but not dainty. Does that make an Elmo? I've been wondering if Pixie is usually the "voice" of the blog?
What has Rosie been eating lately--more conservative in her diet?

Ev said...

what a clever cat, is photo 4 the practice of cat yoga (salute to the sun maybe).

Susan Faye said...

The world is so much more delicious at the speed of cat! We bipeds should try it more often...

Shammickite said...

What a view!
Reminds me of my home in North Devon, looking out over the sea from the top of the cliffs.
Lovely. The Gingers are lucky kitties.

Anonymous said...

wonderful photos.Is that a visiting dog friend?Looks like Spaniel ears blowing in the breeze.How generous of the ginger beauties to allow them to join in on the walk.

Milo and Alfie said...

We likw to walk at the speed of cat too - and it is consierably slowere than the speed of anything. Of course sometimes we run at the speed of cat - and that is very fast indeed.

Linda Navroth said...

Gosh Elmo--you and Maurice are bloody HANDSOME cats! Our coats are but pale versions of your awesome ginger coats! And we love reading about your rambles in the hills with Her.

Angus & Scooter