Mobi365 Younger's Project 365 - 2021

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Wiiiillooooow
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Early morning yoga (for them, I was only very cranky to be up early like I am every single day because I wake up very early - 5am - everyday but don’t seem to get used to it despite having done it for most of my life, oh well).
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Early morning yoga (for them, I was only very cranky to be up early like I am every single day because I wake up very early - 5am - everyday but don’t seem to get used to it despite having done it for most of my life, oh well).
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I like it, it has a certain something.
 

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Willow’s two-legged father came by last Friday apologising for her visits. I asked him if we could feed her and he wasn’t very excited with the proposition :D It was hard to explain the bowls and unopened containers of cat food lying around the kitchen bench :fearscream:

They probably locked her in over the weekend because she hasn’t really been around apart from a very brief visit yesterday afternoon, when both Joana and I were sleeping (Mark greeted her and she took off).

Willow keeps visiting when she can, however, and it seems she doesn’t want to waste any time in my company despite the absence of food for the past 4 days... :grimacing::sweatsmile:

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Willow’s two-legged father came by last Friday apologising for her visits. I asked him if we could feed her and he wasn’t very excited with the proposition :D It was hard to explain the bowls and unopened containers of cat food lying around the kitchen bench :fearscream:

They probably locked her in over the weekend because she hasn’t really been around apart from a very brief visit yesterday afternoon, when both Joana and I were sleeping (Mark greeted her and she took off).

Willow keeps visiting when she can, however, and it seems she doesn’t want to waste any time in my company despite the absence of food for the past 4 days... :grimacing::sweatsmile:

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Just for once I'll make no comment :whistle:
 

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I was trying to take a photo of the super moon last night without any success whatsoever. And then I remembered that I don’t actually know how to photograph the moon and am always telling myself I should look up some tutorials but I have no time to do most things in life, including a moon photography tutorial. So all the photos I took were quite shite and I settled for the native camera’s night photo mode, which I found to be quite impressive with so many stars in the fame! This is my moonlit backyard :)
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I was trying to take a photo of the super moon last night without any success whatsoever. And then I remembered that I don’t actually know how to photograph the moon and am always telling myself I should look up some tutorials but I have no time to do most things in life, including a moon photography tutorial. So all the photos I took were quite shite and I settled for the native camera’s night photo mode, which I found to be quite impressive with so many stars in the fame! This is my moonlit backyard :)
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gah!! taking pictures of the moon is hopeless, you just get a white blob. Leave it the the geeky ones with all their special equipment ;)
 

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I was trying to take a photo of the super moon last night without any success whatsoever. And then I remembered that I don’t actually know how to photograph the moon and am always telling myself I should look up some tutorials but I have no time to do most things in life, including a moon photography tutorial. So all the photos I took were quite shite and I settled for the native camera’s night photo mode, which I found to be quite impressive with so many stars in the fame! This is my moonlit backyard :)
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You sound like me more into doing it than reading about it. The native camera did a great job
 

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The bins weren’t supposed to be in the frame, but if the bins disappeared, so would the tiny moon so I compromised :D Tried to wipe them out and it didn’t really work. So there they are!
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