Debbie’s one-word theme this last weekend was Silhouette. The first photo that sprung to mind instantly was this one of my little buddy Spudley the Cat, who is now spending her time gracing the Land of the Angels.

Then, I realised I had an angel figurine that I could try to photograph in Silhouette. The lighting wasn’t quite right, and some of the features are clearly visible, but I like the effect.

I then wanted to tie the image of the angel in with the image of Spudley, so I tweaked a slightly different image just a tad to use as my featured image.

Posted by Tom Merriman

A future writer living in the present day

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  1. Very clever!! Spudley the Angel 🙂

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    1. I like this thought, Raili!

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  2. Oh, a great collection! The one of Spudley is cute. And I like the angel – I do like to see a bit of detail.

    Thanks for joining again, Tom

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    1. Thanks, Debbie… my pleasure! 🙂

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  3. Spudley!!!!! So good to see him again 🙂 Nice shot of him btw… Of course it had nothing to do with the color blue which I like… VK 🙂

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    1. It’s always nice to see Spudley, VK! I imagine her saying a cheery ‘wewwo’ to many a passing angel!

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  4. The angel is very angelic, but Spudley steals the show. Looking to the heavens as a portent?

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    1. Well, that’s where she is now, Col, so it’s very apt!

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  5. Most of my passed pets are in video tape, but then I haven’t had one for decades!!! 🙂

    Lovely piece of work Tom – Reminds me of Doctor Who and the Weeping Angels! 🙂

    God Bless! 🙂

    Prenin.

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    1. Thanks, Prenin… yes, I can see that too with the Angel.
      Don’t blink now…! 😉

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