A touch frustrated with my moment of macro lens inability, I popped on my 300m lens and set about following our fur babies around the garden…
I have never seen whiskers as long as what our old girl has. She was kind enough to sit still long enough to model them perfectly for you.
A more “sporty” shot of her sniffing at a broken off branch on the olive tree which has yet to bear any fruit – starting to think it might be a wild olive.
Our boy having a lovely afternoon nap in his favourite tree which is outside my office window – love that our furries always stay close to home.
He has freckled pads – too cute!
His nap was disturbed by the rest of us making a racket at the bottom of his tree (which BTW he hijacked from his baby sister).
Our baby ferociously about to attack the blades of grass – would you look at those sharp claws!
Not the most spectacular shot but I love how you can see our house in her eye.
So there you have it, a semi successful shoot. It was lovely being outside in the warm sunshine of an autumn afternoon.
My friend Kim over at My Inner Chick asked to see some photos of our fur children and as previously mentioned, they are not the most co-operative of models so the best way I can photograph them is while they are sleeping.