Saturday, June 12, 2010

Purple Umbrella

When I went for a walk with a friend earlier this afternoon, we discovered a young neighbor and her friend sitting on a rock eating Italian ices. Too cute. Since the drizzle had eased up, one of the girls had left her purple umbrella upside-down on the lawn. The crazy cat is the base of the handle. I just realized that if you squint, you can see me and my camera inside the cat's brain.

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2 comments:

Annie said...

Great that you captured this. I love it. So, how does it feel, now you're inside the cat's brain?!!

Christine said...

Hmmmm ... despite the tight squeeze, it feels expansive, liberating, enlightening and playful. I "grok" the cat's purple brain! From Stranger in a Strange Land, the SF classic by Robert A. Heinlein: "Grok means to understand so thoroughly that the observer becomes a part of the observed -- to merge, blend, intermarry, lose identity in group experience." Thanks, Annie.