Seven minutes after sunset, 6:32 p.m. PDT, on Oct. 7, 2017, I encountered yet another feline on Alabama, close to Meade. The kitty isn’t the first grey in the series, but she is distinguished by having the color as nickname.
Mystery: The increasing number of cats recently seen on or around that street. Why here? Also from Alabama: Goldie, Itchy Valentino (yes, real name), and Nine. In the alley behind: Spry. On Meade or Monroe, respectively, close to the cross-street: Amanda and Loyal.
The venerable Leica Q boasts best benefits when manual controls are used to shoot in low light. Deep dusk had already settled as I walked down Alabama and adjusted the camera dials. Vitals: f/1.7, ISO 500, 1/250 sec, 28mm. I manually chose wider aperture and faster shutter to capture more light and to diminish motion blur; ISO was on auto. The Featured Image is the keeper because it gives great bokeh; Grey’s head and face solely are in the field of focus.
Not to be missed: 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, Mini, Betty, Black and White, Stalker, Bell, Chill, Sammy, Scratch, Poser, Star, Grey and White, Watcher, Herman, Comet, Roman, Willow, Chub, Nimbus, Watson, Lilo, Kit, Pepe, Twilight, Sebastian, Spot, Booger, Ash, Veruca, Riley, Mellow, Chance, Flower, Glass, Black, BeBe, Fang, Loyal, Siamese, Pounce, Tortie, Haiku, Fraidy, Peso, Orange, Dusk, Stride, Dainty, Spry, Tabby, Betty Too, Still, Levi, Grand, Sophie, Wink, Ferals, Momma, Charlie, Tux, Cool, Roamer, Jellicle, Itchy Valentino, Goldie, Nine, Amanda, Siesta, ChaCho, Charlie, Too, Mika, Crystal, Seeker, Mittens, and Dancer.