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  1. #591
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    Third comments obsolete but I love the shot Spiral and I'm not a cat person
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  2. #592
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    Thank you. And no comment is ever late.

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    Alley Pond Park

    I thought this cat was dead.
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  4. #594
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    Bella. By the way, I don't condone the slaughtering of birds and eating them but apparently she did catch one as you'll see in the last picture.
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  5. #595
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    The terriable Twins
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  6. #596
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    Miss Daisy!

    This is "Miss Daisy", she is 10 years old and I have had her since she was a kitten.

  7. #597
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    A wild fishing cat... it wouldn't be possible without the Sigma 50-150 F/2.8 since the light is so dim.
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  8. #598
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim11 View Post
    A wild fishing cat...
    Hey, Tim, I took one of a fishing cat, too. At the San Francisco zoo:


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  9. #599
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    Nice capture AdamW. Those cats can be elusive and lurking only in the dark and it was the first time I had good view of it after many times visiting the zoo.
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  10. #600
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim11 View Post
    Nice capture AdamW. Those cats can be elusive and lurking only in the dark and it was the first time I had good view of it after many times visiting the zoo.
    Thanks, Tim. At the SF zoo, the fishing cats are in a smaller area away from the rest of the big cats, an area for breeding rare cats (there's a beautiful female snow leopard there, too.) The fishing cats have a large enclosure shaped like 3/4 of a circle and they like to pace the perimeter. There's a lot of bushes along the fence, but if you wait by one of the clear areas, you can snap a shot at it goes by. It takes a while though, because they're pretty quick. Gotta get the timing right. When I was there, two little girls, sisters about 5 and 7, appointed themselves my assistants: they'd wait at a clear area "upstream" and call out when one of the cats was approaching. Then, they'd rush over and chimp the shot I took, and decide if it was good enough. They had pretty high standards!

    My shot was taken with the 70-300 mm IS, at 300 mm. I like how the blurred lines of the wire fence give an impression of movement.
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