Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Family Photo Follies

Hi Furends:

We have been telling Dad about our furends whose Pawrents may be, um, well, a big farther along the Photographic Evolutionary Tree. He gave us the big "Harumph" and commenced to diddle with his very advanced and specialized GE camera. These are the Pencil Drawing setting.
Fitz looks quite lady like from on high
Fitz: Where is that Toby? If you see him tell him
to come here this instant!

Rumpy shows his new found relaxed state
Rumpy: Nothing going on here. Heh, heh, heh. 

Buddy looks a bit, hmm, whats the word... Bigg...
Buddy: Yoo watcher it Timmerz!
Relaxed, yes relaxed.
Buddy: Betta, much betta


Toby looks like a Sinister Spotted Leopard
Toby: Not funny Tim

Of course I look Meowvelous!
Mr Buttons was nowhere to be flashed. Smart lad. We would love to see how your Pawrents play with their Flasy Box.

So enough of the black & white lets get some COLOR!
And what could be more colorful than Rachael & Ray Charles Furever Castle. To help out and spread the word click on the Castle below

You can also visit the Finding a Home Tour!

Thanks so much! You are all wonderfur!
Timmy Tomcat 

20 comments:

  1. Very cool photo effects for sure! How are y'all doing? Have a great week kitties!

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  2. I like the pencil drawings. Though we know cats wouldn't spot still long enough for real sketches.

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  3. We really liked that pencil drawing effect! You all look Meow-velous! :)

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  4. doodz & fitz !! theeze bee awesum !!! we loves em...tell yur dad theeze wood look way kewl framed ...him could get a diffrunt color frame for everee one... N tell buttons ta come bak N haz hiz pencil pick sure taken two !!

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  5. Whoa! Way Cool dudez & dudettez ^.,^
    your flashie box doez all dat?!?
    Headbonkz~



    hey mom.....,
    did you see what dere dad's flashie box can do??......

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  6. We liked that pencil drawing effect a lot! Thinking print outs of those photos and adding a bit of colored pencil here and there would be fun! Of course we wouldn't be doing the coloring. We'd chase and bite those pencils. Purrs...

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  7. My human has yet to find anything other than auto on her's!!! Neat effects!!

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  8. What an interesting feature for a camera. Mom thought only computer programs did that type of thing. We enjoyed these unusual "photos" very much. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Misty May, Mauricio, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  9. Those are good effects from the camera.

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  10. WOW! My Mom's FLASH and CLICK box doesn't do anything like that...pencil drawing...that is totally pawsome....and thank you ever so much for the shout out for Ray Charles and Sister Rachel...we are still on the hunt for their furrever home

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  11. Oh I loves those .. How do youz do it. I haz all prehistoric gadgets..BOL xx0xx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  13. these are great!! Did you know you can do the same thing on www.ribbet.com? Also www.picmonkey.com :)

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  15. Those are... BEAUTIFUL!

    Purrs,
    Nissy

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  16. I like those drawings, they are way cool! Thanks for the Ray and Rachael shout out!!!

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  17. Isn't technology FUN?!? Those cameras now have every setting except 'express wash!" MOL!!

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  18. Whoa! These are kewl! Maybe you could make your own comic book and sell it for lots of green papers and then you can buy lots of toys, treats and tuna.

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