I was going to make this dragon on all fours, more like a serpent, but my canvas was already big enough and I don’t like huge file sizes so… I made him like a retired grand-dragon. Complete with clenched fist and a sign to keep the young-uns at bay while he relaxes.
A young starling has to be clever when eating its breadcrumb, there are bread thieves everywhere!
This (male) robin was up bright and early to get the jump on a whole bunch of grubs! I wonder if he has a nest full of little ones to feed?
Sometimes when Kyoko falls asleep he does the cutest whisker and paw twitches.
During another trip to the wetlands we saw a heron, we think its a “green heron” … although it doesn’t look very green to me!
Its so interesting how this bird keeps its neck against its body, it has a longer neck than it seems!
Just look at that stretch!
The cats have found the catnip bush in the garden and Kyoko is the first to claim it as his own with great big Kyo-hugs.
His mood is soured when Lisa comes into the picture and wants some of that fragrant catnip for herself.
Its been some time since I originally made my post about folding an origami dragon.
It seems to me that my instructions were not so clear, since I only had photos for demonstration.
Here is a video I made showing step by step instructions on how to fold an origami dragon with wings.
We were so lucky to have the company of all three of our cats while on an expedition to the creek. We were looking for Nice Guy’s collar in the brush, its fun to imagine that the cats were helping us to look.