The Cats of University Heights: Siamese

The morning of May 12, 2017, as my wife and I turned from Cleveland to walk down Meade Ave., a flash of Siamese sped from the sidewalk into a heavily-foliaged front yard. As we passed, the feline slipped out behind us down the sidewalk towards the corner store. Weeks earlier, a similar—and likely the same—cat disappeared likewise, but on Cleveland rather than Meade.

As I crouched down with the Leica Q, the furball turned to see who (or what) pursued, presenting the only profile shot. The full-frame sensor and 28mm Summilux lens deliver tremendous detail. The Featured Image is cropped around 100 percent, and perhaps a little more. Vitals: f/2.8, ISO 100, 1/800 sec, 28mm; 10:48 a.m., PDT.

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