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Old Jan 15, 2013, 3:08 PM   #1
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The answer as to why there was so few birds around this morning...!
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Old Jan 15, 2013, 3:30 PM   #2
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Love this shot Simon and I think it would look even better if the cat was not dead center in the frame, just me.

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Old Jan 15, 2013, 6:05 PM   #3
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Just me but I like the wood on the right. I think it is a good anchor point for the foreground and adds some depth to the shot.

Again, great shot with the FZ150 Simon.

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Wow what a pretty kitty, such unusual coloring! I do like JJ's crop, good overall balance.
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Agree with Jim and Yuki, fantastic shot and cat Simon!!
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Nice shot. It's funny, as I read the responses I thought...I agree with JJ, Simon should have used the rule of thirds and offset the cat. Simon does that and I thought....just like jj, the cat should be moved to the left!
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Fussy lot...lol...
I'm undecided on left or right,but interesting how I didn't give the "left" version a seconds thought...!
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The answer as to why there was so few birds around this morning...!
I hope you aren't suggesting he ate them all !!!!!!!!!!!

Left, right or in the centre, a very nice photo Simon.
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I hope you aren't suggesting he ate them all !!!!!!!!!!!

Left, right or in the centre, a very nice photo Simon.



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