My lifestyle was killing me and I knew I had to do something about it. I have learned that the best way to develop a healthy lifestyle is to discover the source of problem and then put a plan into action that will develop good health.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Camera Critters #4



Happy Year of the Tiger

33 comments:

eileeninmd said...

What a cute shot of the Tiger. Wonderful critter photo.

Jenn Jilks said...

I forgot about camera critters! I love the tiger.
Happy New Year!
Fighting health issues, too. Yet My Muskoka is the place to be to relax and figure out where one is headed!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Ellen: Nice of you to show us this neat tiger photo. It certainly has great eyes. Have a great New Year. I will be playing later.

Misty Dawn said...

Awesome photo! I just read the other day that it's the year of the tiger, and I thought about tying that into my Camera-Critters post, but I don't have any tiger shots! See, apparently great minds think alike ;-)

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

Nice shot, the tiger looks as if she was posing for you.

Arvin U. de la Peña said...

are you the one who take a photo of that tiger,hehe..nice shot..

Snap said...

Great shot!

Denise said...

A beautiful photo of a magnificent animal.

Quilt Works said...

Wow, that's amazing capture! This tiger looks like a tabby cat rolling on his back :-) Great capture!


...As still as a duck decoy!

chubskulit said...

what a cutie!

My Camera Critter post. Have a good day!

Teena in Toronto said...

What a cutie! I was born in the year of the tiger!

Happy new year!

I played too :)

Adrienne in Ohio said...

Gorgeous! I love its eyes!

Martha in PA said...

Beautiful! I love how you captured him!

Year of the Tiger aye... I had not checked that out!

Thanks for stopping by!

b13 said...

That is a gorgeous shot!

Kerri said...

What a fabulous shot!! A beauty you have here :)

Lavender Cottage said...

Great photo. Makes you think this tiger is just a friendly pussy cat.

Michael said...

Hope the tiger isn't thinking about eating the camera holder. I also hope the Year of the Tiger is a good one.

Lindy MacDuff said...

It's like it was posing for you. Very sweet capture.

Happy New Year to you and thanks for following on my blog.

Steve Borichevsky said...

Ah, yes, my wife is a tiger.

Ecobirder said...

Nice picture. Though it made me want to go and pet it. Probably not a good idea!

Rajesh said...

Wow! fantastic snaps.

Joops said...

Great shot! Done following, thanks!

Quilt Works said...

Thank you for stopping by. I loved your entry, so this is my second comment just to thank you for your visit

Jan's Place USA and Mt Forest Pictures said...

is this your Kittie?!

alwaysbcmom.com said...

I love this! Tigers are so amazingly beautiful.

eden said...

I miss CC this week. I have been busy because we have visitors. anyways, that's a great shot of the tiger..

Happy New Year

Müge Tekil said...

Superb portrait!!! Happy New Year :-)

p.s. My post is at http://www.la-douceur-de-vivre.com

Helena said...

That's a great shot!

Ricepatty said...

Happy New Year and Year of the Tiger :) What an awesome camera critters shot - he sure is a beauty. Thanks for you comments!

ramblingwoods.com said...

I didn't know it was the year of the tiger....Have a very happy and healthy 2010...Michelle

lv2scpbk said...

Beautiful tiger.

lisaschaos said...

I just wanna scratch his belly. :) Very pretty cat!

Corner Gardener Sue said...

That tiger sure looks relaxed!

I enjoyed reading your post on tantrums. My 2 year old grandson has had some, and they do happen when he is tired. My son and daughter-in-law sometimes stay here until they know he is tired enough to stay asleep after they go in from the car. At times, he is ready to go before they are. We are usually able to help him get back from it in a short amount of time, thankfully.