Watcher's Challenge 10 and Some Special Cats[EDIT: November 25] What is wrong with people? I got a call around 11:30 this morning from my future daughter-in-law in Mumbai. She phoned to reassure us that she and her family were alright. She didn't know what was happening there, but could hear explosions and gunshots throughout the city. My son and I went online to find out what the news services were saying. So far it has been estimated that 80 people have died in several locations in Mumbai due to organized terrorist attacks. The journalists suggest that the targets, the airport, train station and upscale hotels, showed anger at foreigners visiting India. However, several of the victims were locals who worked in the hotels. The terrorists also blew up a taxi cab. What is the point of all this? There have been several bombings in India over the last few years and nobody has taken credit for many of them. All they have accomplished is mayhem and, of course, fear and panic. There won't be anything positive coming out of this tragedy for anybody.
This is my tenth installment in my Watcher's Challenge. I've gone through the galleries of my watchers and pick my favorite deviation from each one. It will take several journal updates to go through all of them, so I'm picking them in the order in which they added me. This represents a lot of talent. I encourage you to visit their galleries and leave a note to introduce yourself. Each person here has supported me with faves and comments.
Here are some more "Cats in Art" for you to enjoy:
- -IMPORTANT: READ "IF YOU COULDN'T COMMUNICATE", FROM MOONBEAM13'S JOURNAL.FOR MORE GREAT JOURNAL FEATURES, PLEASE VISIT THESE OTHER ARTISTS: I will add more to the above list, as I come across more journals.
Presents and dedications I've received:
Please visit my redbubble gallery
for cards and posters of my fractal art, and for previews of my newer work, which I usually upload there first. They have a great preview java applet there that allows you to see what the pictures look like with different frames.