Developing Your Eye I ( WordPress ) is a 10-day photo challenge for bloggers of all photography levels, from beginning photobloggers to pro photographers
Day Four: “Bliss” —
What is bliss to you?
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This is my cat Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- he was suffering from kidney failure and died a few months after I took this picture.
But do you see that look in his eyes?
He fought to stay with me for as long as he could- and he did.
He was almost 18 years old when he died.
He came into my life when I was in the midst of a lot of change and uncertainty.
He was happy as a pup and he’s a happy go lucky full grown dog.
I can’t believe in the midst of such great loss ( my Dad and cousin had died just before I got Hamish and I was suffering from severe depression ) I was able to raise a creature like Hamish.
A few years ago the King Tut exhibit was on tour and it stopped in Seattle.
There was a giant statue of Anubis at Train Station and it looked over the building I work in.
I was an embalmer and I grew up cutting my teeth on books about Archeology. Anubis has always been a meaningful figure to me.
Having him watch over me for a little while was … bliss.
Deadmen ( and the ladies too, of course ) DO tell tales and I felt them everywhere at Saint Louis Cemetery #1 in New Orleans.
I took this picture on Halloween- The most blissful day of the year.
Werewolves on Halloween in New Orleans.
Halloween does not and it cannot get better then that.
Yes it can. But that was SUCH a great Halloween.
The Beginning of fall and the promise of Winter right here in this light and with this wonderful dog.