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Feline Furniture
21-APR-2007 Jim H.

Feline Furniture

There are laps, beds, couches, special blankets, kitty condos - you name it. But nothing beats the latest box for the ultimate in comfort and security.

other sizes: small medium original
Guest 01-May-2007 01:01
You know, at first glance (s)he seemed to ge slightly irritated and reaching to close the door as if saying "Geez, can't a kitty get some privacy here!" Maybe it's just me.
Canon DSLR Challenge27-Apr-2007 06:00
Great perspective and I like your take on the challenge, Jim. Great DOF throughout to capture the clawing paw in relatively sharp focus, along with the rest of our box furniture kitty :-) Markjay
Canon DSLR Challenge25-Apr-2007 01:33
Good DOF and nice and crisp, that lens really does a great job.... and I suppose one has to give at least SOME credit to the bloke who pushed the button?
Well done Jim, ~ Regards Melbob
Canon DSLR Challenge23-Apr-2007 17:36
Every time I see one of your pics with that lens, I get this acute fit of lens envy.. :P
Well done, and beautiful colors here!
jnconradie22-Apr-2007 05:35
Wonderfully true... and wonderfully captured. Great work, Jim. Regards jnconradie
elips22-Apr-2007 05:30
Very nice, Jim! The colors of cat and box are wonderful together and the cat is so sharp! ~Sharon
Michael Puff22-Apr-2007 04:33
Dammit, Jim, you pull off the most remarkable images with that lens and I still don't quite have the hang of it...grrrrr. But I'll put jealousy aside and congratulate you for a very smart, well taken image. 'Tis indeed furniture. -Michael
Canon DSLR Challenge22-Apr-2007 02:38
I always thought PEOPLE were kitty furniture ;)

But cats do LOVE their boxes and bags! Cindy
Canon DSLR Challenge22-Apr-2007 02:32
Oh, I do love the cat and the title is so smart and...true.

It just is

Great capture and intepretation, Jim.

Best Wishes,