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I've been watched...
Lens: FA* 645 200mm f/4 Camera: 645D ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/160s Aperture: F4 
Posted By: igor, 09-12-2015, 12:42 PM

a heavy crop... the kitten was too wary to let me come closer...

645D
FA* 200mm f/4
f/4
1/160
ISO400

thanks for looking.

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09-12-2015, 05:06 PM   #2
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That's a really nice capture!
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That's a really nice capture!
thank you !
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QuoteOriginally posted by igor Quote
a heavy crop... the kitten was too wary to let me come closer...

645D
FA* 200mm f/4
f/4
1/160
ISO400

thanks for looking.
great pict!!

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great pict!!
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I love it! Very nice shot.....excellent even!
Being fluent in 7 animal languages and able to read animal minds with great accuracy, I can tell you what he was thinking.....

He was looking off into the Woods of Otis and saying to himself...."Damn, there's a lot a fat tasty squirrels in there! "

Sorry for the bad language, but we all know how cats are, free spirited and uncontrollable!

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I love it! Very nice shot.....excellent even!
Being fluent in 7 animal languages and able to read animal minds with great accuracy, I can tell you what he was thinking.....

He was looking off into the Woods of Otis and saying to himself...."Damn, there's a lot a fat tasty squirrels in there! "

Sorry for the bad language, but we all know how cats are, free spirited and uncontrollable!

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Rupert, no doubt you translated what he had in mind precisely ! thanks.
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QuoteOriginally posted by igor Quote
a heavy crop... the kitten was too wary to let me come closer...

645D
FA* 200mm f/4
f/4
1/160
ISO400

thanks for looking.
such a cutie! really nice one!

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such a cutie! really nice one!
thank you !
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QuoteOriginally posted by igor Quote
a heavy crop... the kitten was too wary to let me come closer...

645D
FA* 200mm f/4
f/4
1/160
ISO400

thanks for looking.
Excellent !
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Excellent !
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I really like this. Nicely done.
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QuoteOriginally posted by igor Quote
a heavy crop... the kitten was too wary to let me come closer...

645D
FA* 200mm f/4
f/4
1/160
ISO400

thanks for looking.
Even our {indoor} cats would rather be watchers than watchees.
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Wonderful shot !
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I really like this. Nicely done.
thank you

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QuoteOriginally posted by reh321 Quote
Even our {indoor} cats would rather be watchers than watchees.
true thank you

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QuoteOriginally posted by lesmore49 Quote
Wonderful shot !
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