BACK IN ACTION

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I haven’t blogged in about a year or so, but I am going to start trying to post weekly about what I am doing in my life in Santa Monica. My adventures as a college student, friend adventures, and whatever else happens to pop into my mind!

So tune in to get and HOLD ON FOR A WILD RIDE :)

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700 Cats in the HOUSE!

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This illegal fuzzball staring off at a buzzing fly!

Whoa whoa whoa. Now, when I heard that this woman had 700-1000 cats at her house, I thought she was mayyybeee exaggerating a bit. You know you have when you were talking about how many boyfriends you’ve had or how many first place trophies you have won.

Anyhow, Wow, if you live in the Central Valley, or plan on visiting California(And LOVE Cats) , definitely come on down to Reedley, California.

This lady has gave up her house to her kitties to make a No Kill Shelter. Want to adopt, sponsor, or volunteer at the shelter? Check out her website http://www.cathouseonthekings.com

She devotes her time for these furry little friends.

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This precious darling looking up for a brief second from Chowing Down!

I am a volunteer at the Cat House on the Kings now, and I decided to show you some of the fuzzballs in the baby nursery :)

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This little guy is enjoying the sun shining through window

NEW CAMERA!

Hey guys,

Guess what? I just bought a new camera! What camera did I buy, you ask? Well, it is the Nikon d800! Exciting, right?

Upon waking up, I walked outside and sat in the grass this chilled morning.  I read the entire manual and took test shots to learn my new device.

With a full frame and 32 mega pixels this is the best camera I have had by far.  My first camera was a small kodak camera, so this is a great step up!

If you haven’t taken a look at this beautiful camera yet, here’s a link to check it out! http://imaging.nikon.com/lineup/dslr/d800/

Well, I hope everyone has a wonderful Sunday! ImageImageImageA couple of my Kittens :) <3 Thanks for reading,

Miss Hale

DUH DUH DUH, INCOGNITO!

On Saturday morning this weekend, my mom drove her and I up to Three Rivers-about 45 minutes- up into the mountains where we met my Aunt Pam. After Breakfast we drove down to Slick Rock.

With my shoes thrown on the dirt, camera and one hand and the other hand keeping me balanced, I walked through the river to make some photographs.

There was one couple and a family that caught my attention. To get the shots I had to stand 2 feet in mud under the water all while trying to keep my balance.

It was a warm day and the water rushing through my feet felt amazing and I couldn’t have asked for a better morning!Image

A sweet girl was sunbathing under the warm sun.

 

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While laying stomach first on a rock, I painfully captured several poses of this sweet dragonfly whose colour matched the river blue.

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A couple camped out on a rock while with no knowledge of me in the bushes.