Saturday, January 31, 2009

You Can Run.../ Camera Critters

You can run...

but you can't hide.


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31 comments:

Kostas said...

Nice shots. Splendid hunter, is remote relative of tiger.
It can find food in the all parts with snow or without, day and night!
Beloved creature!

Bruce said...

Beautiful cat! Looks like he or she is enjoying the snow!

Villas Girl said...

Wow. The hunter on the prowl. Beautiful face. Lisa

Virginia said...

That cat is on a mission! Did he get what he was after? Great shot!
V

Old Wom Tigley said...

Neat captures... of a nice looking cat. :O)
Tom

Wiggers World

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

wonderful shot of this cat, Hmm, I mean tigress. I guess cats in your part of the world don't mind getting their paws wet with snow and ice. Cats in Arizona absolutely hate the water and will stop and shake their paws and stop walking when they touch water.

judi said...

I'm showing hubster this!! It's what you are suppose to feed the smelly sardines to! Makes me wish I had mice. ;)

Jarart said...

That orange really pops in the white snowy background. I think the prey would be sure to see him sneaking up.

PERBS said...

Good contrast between the white of the snow and the orange of the cat! I envy you and your snow. We had snow twice last week but it disappeared by nightfall in most places. Well, I walked a wooded trail yesterday and I did see a few remnants of snwo left. . .

George said...

You did a wonderful job of capturing the cat's intense focus on his prey. The contrast in the color in the photos is great.

Walker said...

Love the cats, these are beautiful pictures.

Tricia said...

Looks like he or she is hunting with that determined facial look.

Clueless in boston said...

Nice shots of the predator out in the wild. Pity the poor critter s/he is after. Great looking tabby.

Rose said...

Is this your kitty? Its a pretty one no matter who it belongs to.

My cats went out this morn and the porch was so cold...they would lift up their paws and shake them as if there was snow. But they would not come back inside.

Carletta said...

Be still my heart, what a beautiful kitty!

Salty said...

Beautiful kitty! I'm glad he not hunting my birds :)

Reader Wil said...

This is a beautiful ( probably) Tom cat. He looks very conspicuous in this white snow! Thanks for sharing! Have a great weekend.

Abraham Lincoln said...

He has about the same shape that this Baby Kitty has that belongs to my daughter. He weighs 18 pounds.

Willard said...

Beautiful, dramatic shots of the cat. I like how the lighting sets the photograph off.

JenReg said...

How cool! I don't think my California kitties would know what to do in the snow!

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BJ Roan said...

At first, I thought this was a tiger! Nice shot.

ratmammy said...

Wow, that kitty is big! Nice shots. And thanks for visiting us!

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Oooh.. I do admire your orange marmalade cat! Great photos!

Becky and Gary said...

I guess that cat is on a mission! Fortunately the snow here is getting too deep, and Azrael won't venture out anymore.
B.

Barbara Martin said...

I had my first orange tabby at 2, and ever since then these striped beasties have been favourites. Perfect shots of the careful snow stepping routine.

PJ said...

Seeing this makes my toes shiver!

Adrienne in Ohio said...

Looks hungry :) Nice photos!

Small City Scenes said...

Beautiful hunter. Oh great color, wonderful face. Is this your cat? Love it. MB

fishing guy said...

EG: That Canadian Tiger is on the prowl.

lisaschaos said...

So pretty against the snow!

Kris said...

Two lovely images. The cat looks like it doesn't mind the snow too much.

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