Monday, September 08, 2008

Cats Tuesday: Action Shots

I know I haven't been around for ages. But I'm back! And looking forward to visiting everybody again and getting caught up. Zorro and George are friends now and often play outside. Yesterday George surprised Zorro who was sleeping next to the woodpile. Off they took to the meadow on the hill and into the woods! The shots are not great, but they capture the joy that cats must feel when chasing each other with complete freedom.








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8 comments:

  1. Happy that you are back ! and hopefully in good mood and shape ! I was worried a bit, I thought there must be something wrong with you !
    I find the pictures excellent, because you really can feel the speed and the fun they had running around and playing together !

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  2. Welcome back! I agree they are
    cute pictures showing how frisky
    and how much fun they are having together! Sweet! Happy COT!

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  3. Welcome back!

    The action shots are quite good, in addition to showing the energy and joy that Zorro and George must experience. In particular, I like the fourth photo in which Zorro's black form can be clearly seen. (I am of course partial to black cats).

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  4. Aren't they having fun? Look at those tails...looped over in typical mad cat fashion.

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  5. Terrific action shots! It looks like they are having lots of fun outside. :)

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  6. Good to have you back. Those shots really do capture and portray the joy of running free and happy.

    Have a wonderful day.

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  7. Wondered where you were. Welcome back! Those kitties look great. Love the blurred faster-than-light feel of those shots. Ours go mad too - with the same curly tail action.

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  8. Wow! You snap all the photos using your camera? Or was it from a video cam?

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