Cooper has taken another full day of photos with his collar camera. We have assembled them into another flipbook movie – we’re loving this new exciting way to view his movements throughout the neighborhood!
He must have been a little sluggish on Wednesday, because he seems to be napping quite a lot. The final nap happened to take place curled up on my lap at my desk. Below the movie are a few of my favorite photos from the day.
Transcript of video: Yawn. Scratch. Yawn. Run into the bedroom. Stretch. Outside. Run. Run. Sit. Stretch. Inside for a snack. Outside. Nap. Nap. Roll over. Snooze. Yawn. Run. Flip. Run. Jump. Inside. Lap nap. Yawn. Sit. Nap.
One of our neighbors’ lanterns. Great angle, Cooper!
Beautiful sun flare through the trees. Love this!
Green ivy leaves mixed with black wrought iron leaves in our gate.
Cooper hangs out with Deirdre and me in the bedroom. Getting ready in the morning is a full family activity!
The orange furry guy is currently sitting in an afternoon sunbeam, most likely wondering what’s for dinner.
Cooper has been a bit distracted lately – or more realistically we have been a bit distracted lately. Oh yes, Cooper’s still going out and shooting lots of pictures on sunny days. However, after he comes back with another set of 300 incredible shots we haven’t been doing much more than enjoying them ourselves. Internet, we’ve been so selfish. Read the rest of this entry »
On Tuesday we sent Cooper out for his weekly photo shoot. To him, it seemed like just another day on the job. But for us, it was a magical day to see his photos in motion for the first time. Read the rest of this entry »
Cooper has really been getting some incredible shots lately. A lot of people ask us if his fame is going to his head. We’ve really found that he’s pretty much the same cat he always was. He gets a few more treats than usual – and a few more special dinners (regular kibble with organic mushroom broth) than he used to get. Sometimes he’s cranky, but that may just be the change in seasons. Read the rest of this entry »