Photographing Delilah

Photographing Delilah…

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Delilah

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6 responses

  1. Cats are tough to photograph. They’re either scared of the camera, or fascinated by it.

    You got some good shots. I’ve long thought that if I could stretch like that, just once, it would do my back a world of good!

  2. Mum liked the stretchy one. 🙂

    I would focus on Delilah, and she would start walking towards me, so I had to back away to try and keep the focus right. I made the mistake once of clucking my tongue to get her to look round, but she looked round, stood up, and came over!

    Someone somewhere was making loud clanking noises in their garden, and she was looking around to try and identify it. Which mean she wasn’t always rushing towards me… but was often looking away.

  3. Ahhhhh yes, that stretch, whenever I see it, I almost feel it, and begin yearning for the same. But that will never be, lol.

    Elizabeth

  4. I try my best (stretching like that) when I’m half-asleep. 🙂

  5. Gorgeous photos! I tried just in the weekend to take a photo of Ziggy sitting with his back to me in the evening sun – it would have made an appealing shot, but he heard me, turned around and walked towards me. Drat. Another missed opportunity. These photos of Delilah and great examples of your successes.

  6. Thanks. 🙂 It’s so frustrating when the cats do that, isn’t it… maybe they are less inclined to do that when they get older; it’s usually the younger ones that chase photographers all over the place. 🙂

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