Cat & Otter

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  1. Calzor Suzay

    Calzor Suzay
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    Following on from my Fox & Owl thread two more shots from the day both clickable.

    The first is a Scottish Wildcat uber vicious in the wild if cornered, it looked and acted like your average tabby to me ;)

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    and an otter pulling dinner apart

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    C&C welcome as I'm trying to improve rather than just take 'nice' shots ;)
     
  2. denno75uk

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    I really like the one of the wildcat. Composition-wise I would have liked to see all of it's ears and a bit more space to the left, but the pose you caught is a cracker.
     
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    Both great shots but that wildcat is the best for me:smashin::smashin:
     
  4. Calzor Suzay

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    I have some more full face ones of the wildcat but more average, he was quite guarded with his food so it was a case of get in there and get him, trouble is with the 100-400 push pull you can over zoom :)
     

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