Weekly Pet Share: Enjoying the shade.

A neigbourly cat (1 of 1)

Here is my entry for Michelle’s Weekly Pet Share challenge.

We have quite a few cats living around us.  I am still unable to have one as part of my lease but I am quite happy to showcase a couple of neighbourly cats.  I saw this one lying in the shade of my fence.  It was a very hot day so it just plonked itself down where it could find somewhere cool to rest. I was inside and just zoomed in on it.

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Weekly Pet Share: Hungry sparrows

Hungry Sparrows

It is that time of the week to share our photos of our pets or other furry or feathered friends.

For this week I have a couple of photos of some hungry sparrows.  I threw out some bread and within minutes the birds were gathering.  They were quite possessive and were determined that they would get the best crumbs.

Hungry Sparrows

It was fun watching them.  I am so impressed with my new camera.  The lens is so fast compared to my other camera.  I wouldn’t have got any photos at all.  It was soo slow.

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Weekly Pet Share

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Michelle has changed her pet challenge to Weekly Pet share this week.

I never found my lost camera.  It is annoying as I also lost 4 memory cards, another small camera and the bag.  I felt lost without it.

So yesterday I went out and brought the best camera that I could afford.  It was a choice between a camera and a sofa.  No choice really.  So now I am the proud owner of a Nikon Coolpix P600.  What a difference to my old camera.  So responsive and fast.  When I got home I saw the price on the box – $250  cheaper than I brought it for – I was meant to have it then.  I also got the plum coloured one.  It is smaller and lighter than my old camera and fits smugly into my hand.  So guess what I have been doing – yup, making up for lost time.

The zoom on this is great.  There is a small dial on the right that operates it which I like.  This photo was taken at maximum zoom of a thrush on the top of the house next door.  I am totally a happy chappy now.

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