Forget about water woes. I’m getting back to my cats this Caturday. I have been a bit distracted to take many photos, but I sure can play with Lunapic. So here goes. My ever photogenic Raja was doing a contortionist act for me on the deck. When he does this, it usually means he wants to be twirled, which is weird in itself. I used the Escher filter, which is appropriate, because of the way he contorts his body.
I couldn’t resist the Kandinsky filter, which had much the same feel, but with color. I really like both of these effects.
Here is the original of my silly boy, twisting his body around like a pretzel.
Zoe was back in the Catnip. Did she ever get out? The first image of her is with the Jungle Art filter. It is very apropos since she is buried in a jungle of catnap.
I also used the Floating filter which gives a more dreamy look. Perfect for my Zoe since she is always dreaming of Catnip and likely has Nip brain.
Here is the original of Zoe with her head stuck in the Catnip and feet waving.
Right now, I have all the peonies and irises blooming in my garden. This is one of my favorite peonies. I used the Watercolor filter for it.
The Floating filter makes the peony rather dreamy looking. Don’t you think?
And this is the original of my peony. This one is one of my favorites.
Now I’m going to go on over and share this with everyone for Caturday Art.