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PostPosted: Sat Oct 31, 2009 2:23 am 
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I love cats with odd eyes. Have a couple myself, and it reminded me of a joke my husband likes. A lady told her husband she wanted something that went from 0-160 in 4 seconds, so he bought her some bathroom scales. Okay....anyway...love these pet shots!

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Not a great shot, but I just thought it was amusing.

The original catscan!
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tuppy the ratcatcher! well used to be now she'd lick um to death
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Hi my name is Jed, i love nothing more than jumping in and out of the water catching whatever my master throws to me. I waited patiently for this lady to get her camera lens out of my eye so i could resume my games. Woof woof.

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Although this beautiful springer is not my dog, i loved watching his antics in the water.
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Stray, taken in June 2008...at approx. 4-5 weeks old. Fixed, and indoor cat now, and spoiled rotten:

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Lensbaby wrote:
I love cats with odd eyes.


Here you go then - our stray kitten that we rescued, which had a genetic disorder resulting in no inner eyelids. One eye removed, plastic surgery on the "good" eye, and here's our little freak of nature two years later...

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Don't you love it when you get a new lens - they're such willing models!


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Olympus E620
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Same Equipment
F5.6 @42mm
ISO 1250
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Mode S @ 1"
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ISO 640

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My old guy, Ghinjan. Adopted him a year & a half ago, he's now 12-13 years old. He looks grumpy, but he's the biggest cuddler of the bunch.
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Then there's my young'un, just over a year old. Lucy (aka Lucyfur) is a long-haired manx (tiny little stub of a tail).
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And when my boyfriend moved in recently, he brought two cats with him. There's Walter, the least coordinated cat I've seen,
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And Cactus, the only cat I've known to play fetch
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All photos were taken on a Nikon D90 w/ 18-200mm VR lens. Unfortunately I don't know more of the settings than that; it's a brand new toy and the photos were taken with 'auto' settings.


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Behold , ladies and gentlemen , the Bark-O-Matic 2009 , named Pilou . I've never heard a dog bark as much as he does ...

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Edit : Settings were 50D + 135 f/2 , at f/2 , ISO 100 , 1/400 ( love this lens :) )


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Just my dog laying down unaware that her best-friend is snapping her photo (:


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two photos of my cat taken with the sigma 70-200mm early december
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This was just me playing with my new camera, I wanted to see how close the lens would focus. This was taken at 18mm from about 6 inches away.


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