Stray

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© !  Abby Pace
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Photo Info
UploadedNovember 1, 2007
TakenOctober 31, 2006
MakeFujifilm
ModelFinePixS2Pro
Exposure1/4000 sec at f/1.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length50 mm
ISO400
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Q: has anyone bought the leash and cuff quick connect straps wondering how they work in real life

A: Do you know?

Photo license: © All rights reserved

Found this stray behind my place of work and took this photo to post on myspace in hopes of finding her a home. It worked.

4 responses

  • Suzanne German

    Suzanne German said (8 Nov 2007):

    how did you get this cat to lick its mouth like that? amazing capture! and those eyes - stunning shot!
    suzanne german

  • !  Abby Pace

    ! Abby Pace said (12 Nov 2007):

    Hey Suzanne..This picture if zoomed in a little more you can see that she has a bit of food on her whiskers. When I got to work that day, I cracked open a can a food and grabbed the camera. This is the only shot I took and It was enough to capture
    her personality! We actually found her a home today! So this picture has found her a home.

  • !  Abby Pace

    ! Abby Pace said (18 Mar 2008):

    Thank you Tariq. I actually used my camera from work that I shoot other peoples artwork with and make giclee's for them. The lens I use (so it does not fisheye the edges) is a nikon 50mm 1:1.8.....I think with this picture I just got lucky and snapped it at the right time ;)

  • Nicole DeVita

    Nicole DeVita gave props (2 Feb 2009):

    Great Shot!! Perfect Timming!!

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