I took advantage of the brilliant sunshine yesterday and spent some time out in the yard. It didn't take long for Oliver to find me. And since I had my camera and a good subject, I figured I could get some good practice taking challenging photos of a black cat in the direct sunlight.
Things were going so well with the photoshoot, I decided to stage some pictures with a trap for a future backyardTNR
blog post. So, I grabbed the trap and got it ready to go.
I couldn't believe what happened next...
WAT HAPPENED! Tease!ReplyDelete
Oliver looks so handsome and healthy. Does he still get to come in and to the bedroom for some one on one lovins without upsetting everyone else?
Yes, Oliver still gets his morning inside snuggles - in fact he's right here with me now! :)Delete
Aaaargh!! You leave us hanging?ReplyDelete
Oliver is such a handsome boy.We have three black cats and trying to get decent photos of them is nigh on impossible.
That Oliver is so sweet and such a handsome guy! Great photos!ReplyDelete
now about that trap....
Well, isn't he the camera hog. He is so gorgeous now that he has found love. I'll be back 'cause I'm curious now. DebReplyDelete
What happened?!? These are great pics. Oliver is such a handsome mancat!ReplyDelete
Nice, he posed real well for you. Now, what happened next?????ReplyDelete
that Oliver is one very handsome dude....and mom says she JUST realized he isn't ear tipped. (she's a little slow)ReplyDelete
Oliver looks like such a laid back, easy going kind of kitty.ReplyDelete
We are guessing, he did a Boomer (walked right into the trap)! MOL.
What a good looking Oliver! Dood you are a cats cat, cat!ReplyDelete
Oliver buddy, you are so very handsome. Great pictures. We're afraid to guess what happened next!ReplyDelete
Looks like you both had a purrfectly grand time! Next?!?!ReplyDelete
I will admit, most cats look absolutely FABULOUS on grass..ReplyDelete
The close up is fabulous!ReplyDelete
I know the challenges of photographing black (and white) cats. It is all in the light. I really only like natural light and hate when I have to use the flash.
But green against black is fantastic!
These photos are fabulous! Photographing black cats is challenging, that's for sure!ReplyDelete
What gorgeous photos! Mommy could learns to take pictures of black (or white) cats from yous! And me can't wait to see what is next!ReplyDelete
What a great subject Oliver made and gave you lots of terrific pics. Mom loves black cats bunches. Looking forward to what happened next. Purrs and hugs from the kitties at The Cat on My Head, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista JosetteReplyDelete
You got some really good photos of Oliver. very nice. But the very first one of you and Oliver, That is sweet. Oh so sweet. I imagine Laura must have taken that one. Very nice.ReplyDelete
These are such great pics - I just love that guy :)ReplyDelete