Friday, March 28, 2014

Focus on Life: Checking Out - Eye Level

A different approach to point of view. 


This week's prompt from Sally Russick of Focus on Life and The Studio Sublime, is Eye Level. She invites us to make note of what is at eye level while we are standing, sitting, kneeling, wherever we find ourselves.  

I noticed that when I sit in "my spot" on the end of the sofa, my buddy Merry keeps me company, and if she is not sitting right next to me, she may be playing with a friend on a nearby rocking chair. 

Sitting on the arm of the sofa. 


Notice the stalking of Haruko under the chair. 

The only other eye level view I found interesting was my little kitchen "garden." The blue flowers are muscari, also known as grape hyacinth. My contribution to the illusion of spring!

I get to see this as I stand at the kitchen counter.

Potted muscari, Christmas cactus, last year's pussy willow. 

So, that's the report from my eye level, let's explore what others have contributed. 


10 comments:

  1. I love your furry beading assistant! And thank you for introducing me to muscari - it sure is beautiful. Looks like you have a talented green thumb!

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  2. Well, these are great to see every day at eye level , sweet and beautiful.

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  3. *TeeHee* illusion of spring... indeed, Beti :) the only thing keeping us sane right now. Great shots of your mighty hunters, too :)

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  4. Great perspective on the eye level! Yay Spring!

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  5. One of my cats, Moonie Pie love to sit next to me on the couch and usually she leaves me very little room.

    Love your kitchen garden.

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  6. Thanx for the illusion of spring. I got more snow again on Thursday so any sign of spring is welcome here.

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  7. Love the kitties!! And those flowers are beautiful. I do hope spring comes soon for those of you all in the cooler climates!! It's sooo time for Spring!

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  8. It looks like your Christmas cactus is going to bloom for Easter. That's what mine always did

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  9. Aww so sweet of Marry to keep you company. All your photos are lovely. I love the idea of a kitchen garden.

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  10. Kitties and flowers...happy things to see!

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