Battle-scarred Tuxedo


The title of this post is maybe a bit exaggerated, but I called it “Battle-scarred Tuxedo” because the cat in the photo above looks like it was involved in a brawl or two. The nose looks battered, and it appears like the cat has some kind of battle scar below one of the eyes. Also, this cat doesn’t exactly make the impression to be welcoming. It rather looks like a mad cat. It also walked confidently straight into my direction. I think this cat is the boss of a gang because there have been three cats on the same garden … Continue reading Battle-scarred Tuxedo

Cutie Cat


Currently my blog still doesn’t get a lot of love. As I mentioned in another post, I am playing a lot more guitar at the moment. Apart from that a friend asked me a couple of weeks ago if I would like to play World of Warships with him. And damn, that is one of these addictive games. It’s a lot of fun, especially if you play it together with a friend. So, we did that every single evening since we started two weeks ago. But hey, it is autumn and that’s where my gaming passion usually starts again. But … Continue reading Cutie Cat

Black And White Cat


Above is a photo of my cat Shyna again. The original image had a couple of issues, and I disliked the colors in the photo. That’s when I often try out black and white filters. In this case it’s a mix of black and white, and a tiny bit of serpia. She does look a bit grumpy in the photo, does she? I can’t remember, but maybe she was tired or I shot so many photos that she found it annoying (laugh). Continue reading Black And White Cat

Farmer’s Cat


Above is a photo that I shot long before I owned a DSLR camera. It was either shot with a phone camera or with a point-and-shoot camera. We noticed this cat on a farm somewhere near Ratzeburg. The cats of farmers do probably look well fed because they can roam around freely, hunting mice and rats. I am not sure if this is true, but I’ve often heard that they have cats for that exact reason, they don’t want to have mice and rats on their farm. Maybe it’s true, I don’t know. Continue reading Farmer’s Cat