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Aug 05, 2008 22:41 |  #1

Cibolo the Cat is thinking deeply or maybe just not!


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Aug 06, 2008 09:46 |  #2

Cute kitten, a lot like ours.


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Aug 06, 2008 22:42 |  #3

sparker1 wrote in post #6057082 (external link)
Cute kitten, a lot like ours.

Thanks for the look and comment. She is fun and reminds one to laugh!


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Aug 06, 2008 22:46 |  #4

Great capture of a moment. I wonder how it would look if you balanced out the one cut off ear with the other cut off as well? I think this shot would really highlight this great emotion if the other ear was cropped as well. Even without, love the emotion in the animal! The reason I suggest it is because Bateman, the artist, claims that "negative" space (background) is as important as "positive space" (subject). His rhino painting was almost not published because his publishers disagreed with his concept of the importance of negative space in a picture. I find that cutting the other ear off in this shot creates some really interesting background shapes. I love the shot and hope you don't mind the input. Cheers!


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Aug 06, 2008 23:01 |  #5

Normcar21 wrote in post #6061327 (external link)
Great capture of a moment. I wonder how it would look if you balanced out the one cut off ear with the other cut off as well? I think this shot would really highlight this great emotion if the other ear was cropped as well. Even without, love the emotion in the animal! The reason I suggest it is because Bateman, the artist, claims that "negative" space (background) is as important as "positive space" (subject). His rhino painting was almost not published because his publishers disagreed with his concept of the importance of negative space in a picture. I find that cutting the other ear off in this shot creates some really interesting background shapes. I love the shot and hope you don't mind the input. Cheers!

I thank you for the comment, I will work on it and post the rsult soon. I have not heard of this before, but it does make sense. Again I thank you for your view and comments on the image. When she got that look I was lucky enough to have the camera in hand. Thanks again. Pete


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