Friendly Friday Challenge-Hands and Feet

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Today I’m going to participate in Sandy’s challenge:

While we were making plans to go to my son’s aka Big Baby Boy place for a few days he asked me, “Mom, you’re bringing your camera right?” I replied that I was and asked him why? He said he and the Dark Haired Beauty had a portrait in their heads and they hoped I would be able to help them create it.

They wanted to be holding hands and have their cat’s paw on their clasped hands. We gave it a go.

Those of you have followed me for awhile know this isn’t what I normally photograph, but it was fun and challenging!

Here’s the image they picked from the ones we made.

We’re all pretty happy with it. They had me print it and they’re getting it framed to hang in their home.

Thank you, Sheree from

I never would have seen this challenge if it wasn’t for reading your blog!

If you would like to play along head on over to Sandy’s to get the details click here

Fuji X-T3| Fujinon 16-80mm| PS CC 22.3.0

more to come…

51 thoughts on “Friendly Friday Challenge-Hands and Feet

    1. LOL! Thank you, Amy! I’m so glad it came out so well that they liked it enough to print, frame, and hang in their living room.

      Lots of Shrimpy shrimp treats were involved to get Battlecat to cooperate. 😀🐈

  1. That is what memories are made of. Fantastic! I’m sure they will treasure it forever. When I first saw Hand and Feet, I thought of Canasta. We play cards and a version of Canasta that we play is hand and foot. You have to get through your first hand to get to your second hand (foot) before someone goes out and sticks you with a lot of points left in your hand and foot. 🙂

      1. Oh, you would love it. There are so many variations and always house rules. We have altered our house rules and have being playing with those rules for about 7-8 years now. We’ve played at other’s houses with different rules. It is fun no matter what. 🙂

  2. Hi Deborah, I’ve been off the grid for a couple of weeks and I don’t want to miss your posts. What an honour to be asked to photograph a special moment. Love this!

  3. OMG! I love this, Deborah! A wonderful idea from them and terrific work from you. As a cat person, I know very well how much of a challenge that must have been. It’s purr-fect. 🐱 Hugs on the wing.

  4. That’s a wonderful image, Deborah. I had to laugh a little that your son asked if you were bringing your camera. I’m glad you were able to get it right, it sounds simple, but I can only image that it wasn’t as easy as it seems.

    1. Thank you, Dan! The first shot Battlecat was fine and had no issues but every shot after that he had to be coaxed with Shrimpy Shrimp treats. He was ever so happy for us to be done! 🤣

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