Saturday, October 17, 2009

Sunday Stills Challenge: The Letter "C"

This week's challenge, the letter "C", was relatively easy...I just stepped out the door, looked around, and took "C" pictures...not good pictures, but the subjects do start with "C"...

My first one wasn't actually taken outside...this is my model of an edible cell.
No, I'm not enjoying Biology this year... :-/

It was pretty annoying to make...but there it's a Cell, with a Cell wall and Cell membrane and Cytoplasm and Chloroplasts...lots of "C's" (in case you want to know, it was made with a brownie)

Each year, a place pretty close to where I live hosts the Cosequin Stuart Horse Trials. All entrants to the event (which has included Jean for summer 2007 and least, those are the summers that I went, too) receive a Cosequin bucket with merchandise...I got one of the buckets :) I love them. This one is pretty faded, but...another "C" for Cosequin (Cosequin is a VERY good, VERY expensive join supplement for horses)

Next "C": Cats.
Miss Genevieve tonight...a little bleary-eyed...

And cat number 2...Groenemeyer...who came home today sporting (for the first time in 2 years) battle wounds...wonder what animal he was hunting! :P his nose is scraped up, and so is his paw and the base of his tail...I put some antibiotic ointment on...he'll be fine.
And, last but NOT LEAST, I made a video of my CROSS COUNTRY jump schooling I went to last weekend with Daisy-Mae! Our first one!
I know, it's not actually a "still" that's why it's not the main part of the post. Feel free to watch it, if you're interested...and I apologize for the *terrible* quality, I'm not sure why the quality got so much worse after the video was saved on my computer... :-/...I'm not a tech geek, so it'll take a bit for me to figure that out... :(

Check out more subjects with the letter "C" at Sunday Stills!


Anonymous said...

really nice photos for sunday stills :)

Flo said...

What great C photos. Hope the scratched up kitty is okay.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

That is a very cool Cell! lol! I don't think I'd want to eat it, though. All that green kind of freaks me out.....I won't even eat green M&M's! lol!
Your kitties are the cutest! Poor Groenemeyer. I hope he heals quickly and stays away from whatever attacked him from now on. :(

Very cool video. Looks like Daisy Mae doesn't much have her heart into jumping, but you rode her beautifully and you looked good together. :)


katieleigh said...

you've won me over, cats are my weak spot !

Ed said...

Very cool and well done..:-))

June said...

Great variety of Cs!
I'm in a mood for "clear and straightforward" this morning so the Cosequin pic calls to me.

I would guess "cat" as Groenemeyer's adversary...the base of the tail wound is the tipoff to me...careful it doesn't abscess.

colleen said...

Wonderful contribution..all things I love, food, cats and horses.

Anonymous said...

Great shots. :)

Janice said...

Nice post. Your cats beds look so soft and warm made me want to get in.

flowerweaver said...

That's a creative cell...did it get eaten? Good job on the eventing!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Have several of those Cosequin buckets here. Sigh. Good job with the XC schooling. Nice pony. Big pat!

Anika said...

the video looks awesome and so much fun! i wanna do that again! :)

Far Side of Fifty said...

Oh your cell is wonderful! A great project! great lookin kittys even though one is a scrapper..!
I enjoyed your video, you were very patient with your horse..practice and patience..that is all it will take:)

Jutta said...

Super gut,Melissa und Daisy Mae!
Ihr werdet sehen das wird von Mal zu Mal besser.
Wohl für Reiter wie auch Pferd eine neue grosse Herausforderung!
Gut gemacht Ihr 2,freue mich auf nächste Fotos!
Gruss an Dich und alle
Katzenbilder sind auch zu goldisch:-)

Anonymous said...

Great shots...your Kitty is too cute!

Gudl said...

Great job with 'the cell' (are you sure you are in high school and not kindergarten? )
I LOVE your jumping video! Very insightful.
Keep up the good work, kiddo.


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