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  • Two's Company

    Thanks for the comments and votes. They're my son and his fiancée's cats. Squeak (on the right) is a huge tom they found injured in the garden, probably through fighting. They took him to a vet, got him fixed up then waited a week to see if anyone came asking or placed an ad. No-one did so it was back to the vet to get him speyed which was two years ago. When you pick him up it's like holding a medium size dog, such is his size ....both are fabulous cats that I love as much as my own puss (see portfolio) 😊
    • 22 Mar 2017 2:31PM
  • HOY !

    Hi folks - thanks to all for your kind comments and votes. Puss (Lila) remains a photogenic cat in that I don't think she's lost her looks from being a kitten (there're earlier shots of her in my p/f). The past couple of days have been bitterly cold which seems to affect cats as much as we humans. She's been in and out of the house like nobody's business. The picture was taken through a closed kitchen door which pleased me as it doesn't appear to have affected the sharpness of the image. Once again, thank you for your interest...
    • 22 Feb 2013 10:17PM
  • When Does This Bl**dy Gig End?

    "Hope the bloody pub's still open..."
    • 25 Dec 2012 5:38PM
  • Beach at dusk...

    Oh thank you, thank y-o-o-o-o-o! So wonderful to be noticed... Tongue
    • 16 Dec 2012 5:56PM
  • Cymru Corpus Derelicti.

    Delightfully atmospheric. Vote on...
    • 20 Mar 2012 4:00PM
  • Moon

    Thanks for the interest (and votes!). What makes this shot is the telescope really. It's acting as a telephoto lens of sorts. Any point and shoot camera would have got a reasonable image but you need patience to get it right. I wrapped a finger and thumb round the camera lens then placed the palm of my hand onto the eyepiece housing to steady the camera. It was then a case of trying to get round the 'kidney bean' effect where darkness keeps obscuring the field of view due to incorrect positioning of the camera's lens in relation to the eyepiece. You can get this effect when using your eye to look through the eyepiece.
    • 7 Mar 2012 8:45PM
  • Chandalier

    Capable macro attempt.
    • 15 Sep 2011 6:44PM

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