SOPPY SUNDAY

 

n oran1
Just getting someΒ breakfast here…
n owl
You’ve come to visit, you say? Did you bring the French Fancies?
n artc
Don’t move or I’ll lose you.
n pandas Gerry
Gerry’s Pandas.
n autumn
Hard to imagine that much colour at this time of the year.
n tree
Some places they build around trees. It’s the way it should be.
n Banff canada
Banff, Canada.
n cat
I know, I know, I don’t like cats.
N HAMILIN1 D ROSS
Dave Ross sent us this from… Hamlin.
n iceland1
Iceland: They must have a hell of a god up there.
n lion
The Sun King.
n sir nils
Sir Nils.
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For Panda Paws.
n rome
Rome.
n smile
Meeeeeeh
N la tout eiffel
…And stand together at the top with Paris at our feet…
n cobbles in Hamlin
Told you we’d been in Hamlin.
N phi phi
Phi Phi, Thailand
n you called
What did Tristan say about not liking cats?
n roadway-vaduz-principality-liechtenstein-february-st-city-center-february-capital-famous-42815608
Vaduz.
n baby or9
Yes, all gratuities gratefully accepted, but particularly bananas.

 

47 thoughts on “SOPPY SUNDAY”

  1. The Northern lights are the reflections of the Valkeries’ armour as the carry the souls of dead warriors to Valhalla.
    Surely everyone knows this? πŸ™‚

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  2. Love the cheetah, like a very athletic version of the creature currently sitting on the end of my desk, aka The Cat Who Came in From the Cold.
    But the tiger is altogether scary, oh Pussy, what big claws you have …

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  3. Oh those were great. Can’t really single any out but many thanks for the cheetah. Actually there were a lot of cats today for a man that doesn’t like cats! I can understand why given how lovely your garden is but all of these animals would poo in your garden if, well, they were in your garden. And if it were the lion or tiger, poo would be the least of your worries πŸ™‚

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      1. Funny that, I was just thinking I’d heard something like that years ago. I think tiger poo works as well. The local moggies are totally overawed and won’t come near. At least that’s the story. Urban legend??

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          1. LOL! And there’s me actually thinking it was all an urban myth.
            Meanwhile the house feline has been curled up fast asleep practically all day long today. Too much pussing about yesterday, I suspect, so now she’s taking it all lion down …

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    1. Very true, PP.

      If it were a lion or tiger I expect I wouldn’t be cursing the idea of going out with my trowel to lift last night’s contributions… more hiding in the topmost spot of Munguin Towers.

      But I also hate the way they kill birds and mice for sport, because I know they are all very well fed… and they eat nothing of what they kill. I dread the day I find one of ‘my’ blackbirds or my robin, lying there…. and all for nothing.

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  4. I remember the police wanting a ban on the sale of Big Cat Crap, as activists were using it to spook police horses at demonstrations.

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  5. Wonder if you’ll get hits from Germany! That’s three times Hamlin has been mentioned on this site in the last few days!

    Great stuff, as usual.

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  6. Exceptionally nice pictures this week. Both places and critters. I like the patriotic pandas. Also the Iceland lights with the moon. Did you know that the moon is not the largest individual object in the night sky, apart from the Milky Way? Next week, I’ll try to find a picture to illustrate the point.

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      1. Tris….I think that’s maybe what the cat has. They come in all designs…….one of the great toys of all time, which also illustrate the principle of vapor pressure. Einstein was famous for saying once that he couldn’t figure out how they work. (He was lying of course, but it played great in the media.)

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