Wild Words . . . Photos & Fine Art

Co-creating by heart with sandy cathcart through writers helps and art info, focusing on all things wild.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Here's Lookin at ya!

I'm off to the MountainTop, but I just had to share this photo of a very special wolf with you before I leave.

I plan to post again in two days. See ya then!


At 4:48 PM, Blogger Phillip Lemons said...

That is an awesome shot! You have captured this guy so well, I think I could tell you his story just from this photo!

At 10:21 AM, Blogger Macromoments said...

I remember you from OCW days. So good to see you have a blog. Even better to read about your adventures. When is your book due out? I'll be in line for that one.

I tried signing up for NotifyList, and the "join" button rejects the request. Is there a way to tweak that? Sounds like the code might be off a bit.

Looking forward to reading more, you adventurous woman, you. (LOVED the amazing photo of the wolf!)

At 4:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Sandy! Your blog looks fabulous. I'm writting mine, but find it mind bending trying to put photos on it. I feel like throwing my computer out the window! I'd have it up and running already If I could figure out how to transfer the pictures. I go ADD when I read the instructions.


At 9:46 PM, Blogger Sandy Cathcart said...


Thanks for the kind words on the wolf photo. This is Tundra and she is a she! ha! I was surprised too. The silver wolf is Spirit and is a she. I thought it was the other way around. Spirit looks like a she and Tundra looks like a she. Tundra is the dominant one, though. Don't let her sweet expression fool ya!


I'm dying to know who you are!!!!!

Thanks for the kind words on Wild Women. Can hardly wait to hear something on that. The waiting is soooooo ... soooooo.....


I'm so sorry I missed your comment here. I haven't figured out how to e-mail you personally yet, but I would sure like to. If you read this, please go up to the top right of this blog and click on "Contact Sandy." That way you can e-mail me personally and I will be happy to walk you through the photo thing. It's not hard once you figure it out.

Try doing 2x3 inch photos of your work at 200 dpi. That always works for me. I take digital photos then change the size in PhotoShop or Photo Elements will work.

Hope that helps!


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