April 8, 2013
The size of the poster that the webmaster will hang to his bedroom wall in a few days (hopefully).
His only request was “Just things from Sicily”.
Attempt to overcome homesickness a little
What does it shows?
From upper left cornerMt Etna, a sunflower after a rain of July.
A rose of last May. Water of Pantalica. Java, you know her.
A detail of a Catania fountain, a blackbird, a sunset seen from Catania port. Soap bubble
Ponte dei Saraceni, a garofano,
webmaster’s favorite cat living close to my bro’s house, this cat has just one long tooth and an incredible acting ability, despite it’s clearly properly feed he always asks you for something.
And, of course, a picture of the shadow of his girlfriend taken during our trip to Pantalica.
May 4, 2012
Java’s favorite playground: two ladders of different size put side by side.
To my friend Lamberto who was curious to know which is the link among Java and the ladder: visit the tag “Java the cat” or just look at one of her most peculiar pose
May 1, 2012
Java has no problem to find an alternative solution
January 13, 2012
what the webmaster said when saw this picture.
December 26, 2011
“How lazy are these humans”?
December 22, 2011
You have already seen the Java-theme Calendar for year 2012.
The Calendar made for my brother.
On 19th December officially started “my” Christmas vacation.
This means that on 19th December afternoon I have started doing what I had been desiring to do for at least 4 weeks:
just stay with my pictures and imagination!
since it’s the end of the year I opted to go ahead with the calendars project.
On Monday I created a soap-bubble theme calendar for my mother.
This one will hang on a wall in our apartment corridor for the next 12 months.
On Tuesday I created a nature-events theme calendar for the webmaster:
For the first time he will hang his calendar in a room in north Italy. Big changes in our life are going to happen in a couple of week, I want to give him something that would make him feel at home even for just a second per day.
On late Tuesday a good man I met on the web asked me a calendar for his granddaughter. He asked me a calendar full of cats
Here it is. Except for the cat on the left bottom corner, that is the grandpa’s cat picture taken with a cellphone the rest all all cats picture I have taken from late Summer 2006 to October 2011.
I tried to use lighter colors since it will go as a present for a 7 year old girl. I hope she’ll enjoy it.
This was actually the most difficult calendar since I have no idea of what a little girl might like (but this is another story…)
Now the last big dilemma is left: WHAT ABOUT MINE CALENDAR?
I know that these calendar are not exactly the most useful thing in the world, but people receiving one of these as present seem to enjoy his/her calendar for the whole year.
Plus: I really love making them because it’s another way to enjoy the process that start with a just-white page and ends with a colorful page.
December 5, 2011
I thought to start creating them in a couple of weeks, but today the idea comes you can’t ignore it
July 5, 2011
Java loves to stay on the ladder, if there is a “free” ladder she can’t avoid climbing up this and stay at its top.
The higher the ladder is the more Java likes it… she can spend a whole day on the ladder and it’s quite difficult to make her accept the idea that “it’s time to get down”.
On Sunday, as aslways, Java was on the ladder close to a windw. In the meantime my father was outside the house trying to place a new lamp near the main door of the house.
Java heard the noises and thought well to not leave the ladder but to check what that stranger was doing, of course “with the least effort”…
I don’t know if this is normal, but it was fun to see her in such a weird pose.