Anyone who says that cats don't have the musculature to have facial expressions are severely misguided
I so agree, Paula. And sounds like Jude was astonished at her own prowess at capturing a winged monster
About 7 years ago, when we still had Tess, we were walking from Boat of Garten back to Nethy Bridge. On the edges of Loch Garten nature reserve we stumbled across what - at any other time of the year - would just look like a still green pond in a wood fringed clearing.
But on that particular day of glorious sunshine and clear blue skies, the air was filled with jewelled darts and flashes in a myriad of electric hues.
There were thousands of dragonflies - they were hovering in the air above us, checking us out, and stunning us with their aerial displays.
They were blue, green, red, black, small, large and all sizes in between. We sat and watched them for a good half hour, and even Tess was transfixed, especially when they landed on her ears and nose, making her sneeze. She made no move to chase or harm them, and seemed as entranced as we were. I'll never forget that day.