01 November 2011

Don't Fence Me In


A fenced-in cat who lives at the Riviera Palace in Beausoleil.

To see how others around the world have interpreted today's theme 'Fences' please click here to view thumbnails for all participants.

21 comments:

Rakesh Vanamali said...

My! Thats intense

Tamera said...

Oh my goodness I love this photo! Great capture!

Bergson said...

beau noir et blanc
mais quelle tristesse
liberez le !!

magiceye said...

brilliant take on the theme!

Joan Elizabeth said...

What a great take on the theme.

Catherine said...

what a striking portrait!! thanks for the recommendation on A taste of garlic - I have not heard of this and am so glad you have put me in touch with so many other blogs in France - am really looking forward to checking them all out - I was already following Peter and Owen before I cam here but now I have lots more to check out...

Ineke said...

what a beautiful kitty!

Kate said...

I bet that fence would not keep an agile cat in very long. Sweet lookin' little thing!

Halcyon said...

He does not look happy about the situation. Great shot though! :)

SRQ said...

Wonderful capture. Love the composition. I'd like to tell that kitty I don't like to be fenced in either. :)

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

How nice that you can get a cat to pose for you. My guess is that if the cat wanted to climb out badly enough, it could do it.

Virginia said...

Oh I love this of course. Looks like friend's two sister kitties. Hers are American Short Hair I think. Could be wrong though.
V

Speedway said...

Poor kitty. He does look a bit peeved. Maybe he could get out, but chooses to stay -- 3 hots and a cot, ya know.

paul said...

A fine portrait through a fence!

lewi14 said...

Very nice shot! Interesting realization for that special theme day.

Ali - Scituate Daily Photo said...

What a gorgeous interpretation of the theme - beautifully executed tones and lines!

Gailsman said...

He looks rather sad at being fenced in. Our Marmalade loves to travel about the area, but Oscar is quite happy to sit on the garden seat and watch the world go by

Keith said...

If only they could talk. I'd love to know what the cat was thinking at that moment.

Looks so much like the cat I used to have.

slim said...

I really like this interpretation and it works so well in monochrome. Well done!

Carraol said...

Superb image in B&W, he looks like a guardian, very serious and alert! Thanks a lot for visiting.

cara said...

Just beautiful, Jilly!

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