Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Flynn the Photographer - Dedicated to Emerson.

We scheduled our photographer post for midnight BST. This morning we turned on the computer and saw that our dear friend Mr R W Emerson has gone to the Rainbow Bridge. Some of you may remember that it was Emerson who sent us our cat camera. We haven't taken any photos for a while so it feels that we were meant to take them yesterday and we dedicate this post to him.

Emerson suffered from serious heart problems and was taken far too young at only 3 years old. We send our love and purrs to his mum.
RIP Emerson.

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Mum charged our camera up for us because we haven't taken any photos for quite some time. She has got it set to take a photo every minute and it will take 40 photos, so we wear it for 20 minutes each. If she gets 10 reasonable photos out of the set, she tells us we have done very well.

Flynn: It was my turn first so I took a photo on the path on the way down to the fields.

That is dad's roller by the gate for making the field go flat.

Huh! Trust Eric to walk in front of me!

Here is some nice tasty grass. It is good if you want to yak.

This is the horse poop heap. It is all the fresh poop that is picked up from the fields and is very stinky! The poop heap you saw us by the other day is the winter poop heap and has bedding with it and is not stinky.

There is Snowdon the horse and he is under our favourite climbing tree.

Mum told Eric it is his turn to wear the camera now so he said he would have a quick bath first.
He will show you his photos later in the week.

38 comments:

  1. Oh, well done, you! I especially love the last two shots!! OK, fine... and the horse poo pile was impressive. srsly so, in fact.

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  2. Flynn
    YOU did a fabulous job at photography.
    But you have such beautiful scenery to take pictures of.
    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ✿•*¨`♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥✿•*¨`*

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  3. Those were so cool, you did great! You even made the horse poop look good!

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  4. Wow! We think you may have a new profession!

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  5. YOU two are AWESOME! A-W-E-S-O-M-E!! I LOVE this!

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  6. I have really missed your photos my friend. Glad she charged it up again. :)

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  7. It is amazing to get so many good ones with it set on utomatic. We look forward to seeing Eric's too.

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  8. We love your photography tours. And your farm is so wonderful. A perfect place for cats.

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  9. Great photos! I love seeing pictures of your farm. It also looks so peaceful!

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  10. Flynn, I almost forgot what a good photographer you are!

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  11. What a privilege to be able to take these photos. You are one lucky kitty!




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  12. You have a great day of pictures, some neat treats and lots of naps. A pretty good time.

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  13. WOW!!! That is SO cool!
    I would LOVE to be a photographer!
    Maybe I could finally stalk Gloman.
    ; ) Katie

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  14. Oh Wow! Me LOVES it when yous guys takes photos!
    Those is some cool shots!
    Kisses
    Kozmo

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  15. Great pics! Everything is so lovely and green there. Enjoy your walk, boys.

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  16. Flynn they are brilliant! 1 in 4 good shots is better than Äiti. and she has thumbs!
    Awesome.

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  17. Those are amazing photo's, well done. Maybe one day you two can open a gallery of all your photo's and become famous :)xx

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  18. Flynn these are the best photographs you have ever taken. We particularly like the last one of Eric having his bath but the one before it is our favourite - under the tree on the left hand side behind the fence and to the left of a bush it looks as though you have managed to get a rare shot of a dinosaur - we can see his neck, head and of course his big body.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  19. IT's great seeing the cat's eye view of your farm. It looks like such a wonderful place to explore!

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  20. GREAT photo´s you have been taking this time boy´s !
    Sorry to hear about your furiend Mr Emerson :(

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  21. Great photos, Flynn! We enjoy seeing more of your farm!!

    And we are sad about Mr. Emerson too...he was much too young.

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  22. You did a great job on the photography and what a wonderful way to remember your furriend.

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  23. I am so sorry about Mr Emerson. He was a kind furriend to send you the camera and you two have and will make wonderful use of it. xxoo

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  24. Eric and Flynn we are so sorry to read about the untimely passing of Mr. Emerson what a handsome fellow and good friend.
    Purrs and hugs to his family.

    Great job on dedicating the cat camera post to him too...
    Madi

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  25. Poor Emerson. I never knew him, but it still makes me sad. Three is just too young...

    Thanks for sharing the pictures. I always enjoy your adventures.
    --Jasper

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  26. So furry sad about Mr. Emerson. 3 is much too young. :(
    We're really impressed with your pictures! If we had an outdoors, we'd wanna do take pictures too. All the most interesting stuff's out there!

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  27. We always love your photos! Thanks for taking more!

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  28. We didn't realize that Emerson was so young. That really is so sad. That sure is young for heart problems. We did send them some purrs.
    Love the pictures Flynn. You boys are terrific photographers. Have a great day.

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  29. Mr. Emerson would have been so proud of these great shots! We have missed your camera.

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  30. How appropriate that you took pictures with the cat camera yesserday... RIP Mr Emerson.

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  31. Yes, it was meant to be. It was Mr. Emerson's way of bidding adieu to his friends. Sometimes the beans ignore signs. We send our love with your dear friend at his crossing and offer prayers of comfort for his family.
    We love to see life from a cats perspective. What an excellent job you've done. Show us more!

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  32. only 3 yrs old. That is simply heartbreaking. This was a wonderful tribute to Emerson
    We are so sorry about the loss of your dear friend
    xoxoxo

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  33. We are so sorry about Mr Emerson. YOu did a great tribute!

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  34. These are soooo neat! Our Mumsy just wuz it. We think more posts need to be done with the pictures from our perspective. It is cat blogs, right? We can type too, only we don't spell the words the same way Mumsy does.

    We think you guys are doing just great.

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  35. Thank you so very much for the dedication. I really miss my fluffy boy. Your photos are awesome!

    ~Mr. Emerson's Mommie Nancy

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  36. MOWZERS, we totally need to get ourselves one of those - that's so very cool!

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