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Friday Cat Blogging

Sunset Driveway

Friday Cat Blogging

I’m ready for my close-up.

[Editor: I was looking for Adolf when Lucrezia decided to pose. Alas the flash went off as the light was marginal due to the overcast. It was sunset and she is in the driveway…

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7 comments

1 jams O'Donnell { 01.22.10 at 2:05 am }

Flash or no, she is a little beauty Bryan
.-= last blog ..Boris =-.

2 Steve Bates { 01.22.10 at 9:09 am }

Lovely cat… and she knows how to pose.

The flash is the last major unsolved issue of today’s point-and-shoot digital camera. The newer ones are better, but none of them does it quite right. It must be a very difficult engineering problem.
.-= last blog ..The Left =-.

3 ellroon { 01.22.10 at 2:30 pm }

Love the expression.
.-= last blog ..Abraham Lincoln =-.

4 Moi;) { 01.22.10 at 4:59 pm }

How beautiful she is!
.-= last blog ..Balls. =-.

5 Bryan { 01.22.10 at 8:58 pm }

Being evil, Lucrezia likes being admired.

The flash problem makes the cats seem out of focus because of the refraction caused by their hair [as well as the “green eye”]. It has to be the preset that is triggering it, and there is no way of changing it. I would have turned the flash off, giving the prevailing conditions, if I had thought it might go off. The ferals, unless they’re asleep or eating, rarely stay in one place for long. I have terabytes devoted to blurry cats that were going to be great shots seconds before the shutter finally worked.

6 oldwhitelady { 01.23.10 at 9:16 pm }

Lucrezia is so photogenic. What a cutie. She looks a bit surprised, though. She thought you had some chicken treats for her, instead of a camera!
.-= last blog ..Friday Cat Blogging – Sgt M and Parker D =-.

7 Bryan { 01.23.10 at 10:19 pm }

I wouldn’t even consider getting close enough to her to offer a treat. She might be mellowing, but I bleed too easily to take the chance.