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Camera: Canon EOS-350D Rebel XT
Lens: Sigma 105mm f/2.8 EX DG Macro for Canon
Location: san francisco
Date: Sep 5, 2007
Galleries: Animals, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Sep 5, 2007

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Comments: 9
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Tweetie's picture did poorly in the Fill the Frame Challenge so this is an encore to see if she would do better in a black and white version.

She's the other of my two geriatric cats, recently adopted. Despite her frown here, she is the one who constantly purrs.

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09/16/2007 02:06:42 AM
she looks pissed, but according to you, shes sweet, looks are decieving. i have 8 cats myself, so i know they are pretty bipolar. ;)
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09/14/2007 01:19:27 AM
great intense look and the detail of the fur is awesome!

my fill the frame was a cat as well alice and i didnt like what it got either :(
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09/06/2007 05:51:29 PM
I think the problem is the subject not the photo, I have noticed so many cat photo's lately in challenges that they really need to be something special if they are to do well in a challenge.
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09/06/2007 11:51:35 AM
Love this and how it fills the frame. Great eyes!
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09/06/2007 07:45:57 AM
Nice shot, make you want to reach out and pat her.
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09/05/2007 10:58:21 PM
I like the black and white here. Nice cat eyes as well!
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09/05/2007 08:51:13 PM
Beautiful, great B&W convertion
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09/05/2007 02:35:11 PM
Awww, he's right up in my face! Nice job. :)
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09/05/2007 12:30:16 PM
Tweetie's a real sweetie then! The B&W conversion suits him really well. The eyes are in sharp focus but the DOF is a bit narrow for my comfort. I would have liked the "eyebrows" (?) to be in sharp focus too. But that a minor thing, the picture is really good.
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