February 22nd is a special day in Japan, known as Cats Day.
Her eyes are shine for the hope and celebration dinner ;)
[ Large image on Flickr ]
Love the reflection on the eye!
Just perfect sharpness! Love it!
wonderful capture, I just want to hug that little kitty. ;)
Thanks so much. I will hug her instead of you ;)
She looks like a little fox! The color, clarity, depth of field, the expression on her face, the reflection of a window in her eye. It’s perfect. Just perfect!
Wow! What a nice compliment. Thank you, I’m really glad! ..And she said, “I am a cat. meow♪ ” ;)
This is so sweet. Seriously one of the cutest cat pics I’ve seen.
Thank you very much.
Beautiful…Perfect focusing…Great work.
Thanks! ..and Thanks to the model :)
Great picture, exellent light & focus.
I appreciate your words.
What a fabulous tradition! Great light capture in her eyes, and I’m sure she got her reward :-)
Thank you for your nice comments always.
Yes, she got a lot of delicious meals ;)
excellent picture of the cat, beautiful colors and excellent background blur.
I read the caption on Feb. 22 in Japan is the day the cat, what is it, as we celebrate?
(written with google translator. know little English and I use the translator, I hope you understand what I write.)
Each of the 2’s in 2/22 can be read with the sound “nyan, nyan, nyan”, which happens to be the sound cats make in Japanese, so February 22 (2/22) has been designated as ‘Cat Day’ or ‘The Day of the Cat’! By the way, in English the sound of a cat is ‘meow’.
Cats is always healing the human. ‘Cats Day’ is like a Thanksgiving for cats.
(I have responded with unskillful English. I’m sorry. )
Thanks for the explanation.
Di niente :)
great focus and light on the eyes.
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