Sunday, August 26, 2012

Sunday Stills:Cats

The challenge this week was Cats.  Cats are more difficult than dogs.  Dogs will sit and stay and cats just do their own thing.  I photographed the neighbors cat.

Her name is Sophie.  She is the cat that welcomes you to the farm yard.  She runs up and meows a few times and hisses at Chance and then she sits someplace and watches his every movement!

Sophie in profile

Sophie in profile.

Sophies whiskers

Sophie’s long whiskers.

The new camera is a bit frustrating at times.  I am practicing every day.  Have a good week everyone:)

13 comments:

  1. Nice pictures.
    Their independence is the main thing that makes me prefer cats to dogs. I really love their attitude.

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  2. Nice shots, I like the way you captured the whiskers.

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  3. Pretty kitty. I love the independent nature of cats. :)

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  4. Nice shots, especially like the second one!

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  5. Good for you learning the camera. By this time next year, most everything about it will be second nature to you! That's a pretty kitty.

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  6. And you are doing a great job, one day that camera will feel like a old friend, you won't have to think before setting anything.

    Great shots.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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  7. Great shots, I prefer the short haired cats to long haired oned, something with my allergies..:-)

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  8. I love all cats...and those whiskers are to die for!!!


    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com

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  9. You are doing a great job with your new camera. I wish I can take marco ones with mine.

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  10. I think you are doing a great job with your camera!

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  11. I should take a picture of all the cats around this place. I think the neighbor has about 8 (and I saw a few kittens poking their heads out.) And we also have TONS of feral cats running around - and as soon as my dad visits this weekend, bringing his live-trap cage there will be LESS feral cats (and maybe some neighbor cats too). And yes, we will take some to be spayed/neutered at the feral cat society.

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