This morning, my wife and I jaunted down Maryland Ave., on our way to The Hub for groceries. Nearly to the Washington Street bridge, in a yard with “Wildlife Habitat” sign, and lush foliage, Anne spotted a furball belly up. I shot several back-to portraits, using the Fujifilm X100F. When we returned, the feline had flipped around my way.
The Featured Image is Annie’s preferred crop. The other, below the fold is mine. Vitals on the first: f/5.6, ISO 200, 1/450 sec, 23mm. The other: f/8, ISO 200, 1/280 sec, 23mm. Time on both: 10:38 a.m. PDT, using Velvia film simulation.
I added the third pic on March 18th, when Annie and I spotted Slumber (my nickname) in the same yard. The kitty slowly came over for pats. Got to say that Velvia really brings out the lush colors as they should be. This Spring is like none other I have seen in San Diego, following an unusually wet Winter. Vitals: f/5.6, ISO 200, 1/90 sec, 23mm; 4:30 p.m. PDT.
The final photo, captured three minutes later, is the keeper, despite slight motion blur. Vitals: f/5.6, ISO 200, 1/60 sec, 23mm. Aperture was manually set for both images.
Also in this series: Scruffy, Roly Poly, Woo, Skull, Biscuit, The Colonel, White, Chipper, Frisky, Stretch, Needy, Farfisa, Mates, Hunter, Pee-Pee, Blue, Blue Too, Bonded Pair, Patience, Fess, Jumper, Frenemy, Looker, Cozy, Scout, Lurks, Skit, Bengal, Betty, Black and White, Stalker, Bell, Chill, Sammy, Scratch, Poser, Star, Grey and White, Watcher, Herman, Comet, Roman, Willow, Chub, Shy, Watson, Lilo, Kit, Pepe, and Twilight.