Welcome to this week’s Pet Parade where we enjoy your social media posts from around the blogosphere. We wish Pierre from Barking on the Bayou a big ‘Get Well Soon’, as he has been unwell and is one of our co-hosts, a pawsome dude.
This week we have a celebration, and an appeal from one of our closest American friends so read on.
The Photography Community
Since I began my photography journey, learning about my DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) camera I have had a lot of helpful comments and encouragement from those more experienced than myself. This has been really encouraging. I keep practising, learn and have fun.
Summer commented: “My human says shooting torties isn’t easy either! Because they are also dark, plus all the splotchy fur sometimes makes it hard to capture facial expressions……”
When I took this picture of Sparkle, who was later adopted along with her sister Lotte, I got lucky. Yes, Sparkle could be in better focus which I am working on in my cat portraits, but the background (depth of field I think it’s called) is nicely fuzzy.
As Summer’s Human says the dark and splotchy fur could have made this one blobby tortie but there is enough natural light to highlight the amber fur and capture Sparkle’s alert expression. What do you think?
Blog of the Month for December
This month’s featured blog is our friend, collaborator and valued colleague Savvy or as her blog is known:
Marjorie and the Dash Kitten Crew