Which One Doesn’t Belong?

Which one doesn't belong

Clockwise from top left: Svengali, keeping cool in the aloe; Stripey, waking up from an afternoon nap; Google, sunning himself on the futon; dove perching. It’s the dove! Did you guess it?

So we’re getting into that time of year where my posts might be sort of lame…the heat can be a deterrent to getting “out there” shooting much. But there might be a staycation or 2, or a roadtrip now and then, or an imaginary vacation, a midwestern visit, some murals, or some pretty birdies and flowers around so keep dropping by, please…

ANYONE WANT TO SWAP?

Remember a few weeks back when I mentioned the Liberate Your Art Postcard Swap and I showed you the postcards I received? I also did some side-swapping but, since that post, I received another postcard from Diane Schuller. Diane lives in Canada and does stunning photography, as evidenced by the below photo.

Diane Schuller

So if you would like to do a side swap, let me know. I have 2 sets of postcards, this one, and another one. If you specifically want the desert scene, please indicate that. Otherwise, I’ll send you the “surprise” one. You don’t need to send a postcard…if you have a little print, that would be fine, or something you can print off yourself on your printer…anything will do…you can even send me a regular postcard from where you live or somewhere you’ve been…sending and receiving mail is fun. I can do at least 5 swaps, possibly more.

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I know…it’s all very boring, especially to a cat.

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5 thoughts on “Which One Doesn’t Belong?

  1. I’m glad (and the folks at the postal system must be, too) to hear that at least some people are still sending physical postcards. I used to send plenty—usually with lots of text written on them, and pretty stamps—but I can’t remember the last time I did.

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  2. Candace, thank you so much for sharing my postcard here on your blog. You are so very kind in the comments you write.
    I’ve been so busy lately that I’m not doing regular enough blog posts but I still fully intend to share on my blog the lovely side swap we did. It’ll be one of those better-late-than-never moments! Thank you again — I’m so glad you asked me to side swap with you.

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  3. Candace, your cats are beautiful.
    We have one cat, Miss Kitty. Not really mine, she is a stray but has been “living” here for about 4 years now.

    Love Diane Schuller’s work!

    Happy day to you!

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