Not everyone is spending your time on the internet doing research. It may be a journalistic reflex. I didn’t know you could search from a photo. Thanks Provence for this “important” info. Here is my traditional source, a book.
And I don’t think it was a concours, just a caturday for a saturday
I’ve used this method too @Provence to solve puzzles based on pictures. I use Chrome as my browser, so I can just right click on the photo and select “Search google for image”. It can be really useful when the puzzle requires identifying a number of people and I don’t know who one of them is!
I am watching a cat who comes to kitchen faucet and calls you. Water from faucet never else.
Just a kitten in a Morrison’s Paper Bag … it’s the simple things in a kitten’s life that makes it SUCH fun
Yesterday we went for a walk in a nearby village… I sat on a bench to photograph the “laverie” and this gorgeous being hopped up to say hello. He/she then came for a walk all around the lanes with us! Happy Caturday!!
Socks, cats and wooden floors in the kitchen can only mean one thing!
It’s Caturday! Time to dance
It was a real beauty… so friendly - really inquisitive and full of confidence. I may have to walk often in that village Happy Sunday!!
What a sweet puss and your introduction made me smile. I know exactly what a “laverie” is but did you ought to explain for non French speakers who might see the first three letters and think “why on earth would she want to photograph that?”!
Bonne promenade avec votre petit chat.
@Diggy Haha… I have the photo to add… but totally forgot (it was on my phone) so thank you for the reminder
We were wondering how many generations had done their washing here
We say : “lavoir” and not “laverie”
Laverie is the launderette
@Flora … It is a “lavoir” you are correct… had I remembered to upload my photo with the original comment, it would have been an attempt at French humor… now badly gone wrong The old fashioned version of a laundromat / laundry / launderette
Chat et lavoir sont beaux tous les deux😺
Thank you, Flora, for the clarification and Vanessa for the photo. It was indeed a lavoir, so often seen in French villages. It reminded me that a visit to La Belle France is well overdue. Hopefully, that will be rectified in summer 2022. I am crossing my fingers!
M’y new pussycat in France. He is an angel
“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas”
Happy first December #Caturday
Cats and Christmas …
Happy #Caturday!! This was our random village guide in a small French village in Montreal, France… after head rubs with Ian, this one led us up through the village to the Church! Love these moments