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Moggy on a fence in Bury St Edmunds

By sedonamoonshine
just saw this moggy I can never resist taking pics of them - on one of my Wed walks

Tags: Pets and captive animals

Voters: Alvar, Kai, andylea and 7 more

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Alvar 11 23 2 France
17 Dec 2010 1:37PM
Beautiful pussy cat Well done

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andylea 9 37 1 United Kingdom
17 Dec 2010 2:17PM
great comp wondeful colour and detail a cracker nice one Wink
User_Removed 9 26 2 United States
17 Dec 2010 4:11PM
Beautiful; interesting coloring on the cat.
17 Dec 2010 7:18PM
Gorgeous shot. Amazing cat.
Regards, Oleg.
17 Dec 2010 7:47PM
What a beautiful cat. I want to reach into the image and stroke him/her Wink Lovely shot.
PeterDSmith 9 13 46 United Kingdom
18 Dec 2010 6:33PM
So many cats. So few recipes.
PeterDSmith 9 13 46 United Kingdom
19 Dec 2010 12:42PM
Technically, I think this photograph has been well taken. I think the exposure is appropriate for the image and the focussing looks sharp on the cat's eyes. However, that said, I might have tried to dodge the eyes in post-processing to lighten them a bit so that it doesn't look like a hellcat. Furthermore, I must admit I think the hellcat also looks a bit like a glove puppet to me. I mean I can't really see how the cat stays on the fence.

I think the brick wall background is a little too distracting. In order to minimize this distraction, perhaps you should have shot this photograph in aperture priority mode with the aperture set wide open (the lowest f number). Then the background would appear as blurred as possible.
DRicherby 9 269 725 United Kingdom
20 Dec 2010 11:45AM
Nice shot — very well composed, in particular, with the cat's face in the top right, looking down and to the left, through the photo. Peter's suggestion of lightening the eyes is a good one, as is using a wider aperture to blur the wall a bit.

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