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Slow Day for Elsa

John Campbell

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Today started off slow, and stayed that way most of the day... Elsa for a 2nd day in a row let me put her Walking Jacket on with no problems and she worked well with it.. She still does not like the leash, but is tolerating it for the time being.

After Breakfast she played fetch a little more until Jake came around and then they played together...
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After Breakfast she played fetch a little more until Jake came around and then they played together... Following they both decided that it was nap time.
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Later working on the computer she decides to snuggle in behind me... This is quickly becoming her favorite place. when she is not running around getting into something.
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After working so hard, see decided she would take a good stretched out break for both of us... When I get up, she has no problems consuming more space...
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And before bed time (and wonder why she gets restless when it is time to go to bed) she is relaxing watching a little TV.
 

Rafiki

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I am so jealous. All the pictures I took of Rafiki at that age were either of her sleeping or a blur that vaguely resembled a cat-type-thing.
 

John Campbell

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I am so jealous. All the pictures I took of Rafiki at that age were either of her sleeping or a blur that vaguely resembled a cat-type-thing.
many of the pictures are luck and just plain chance... The one with her setting behind me are the tough ones... Holding the camera out, and pointing it back to me with the weight of that camera is probably the hardest one... Noting the 4 picture... I love taking pictures, and I love my cat, Put the 2 together and you have heaven... So to speak... I made my self a promise that I was going to take a lot of pictures of her growing up, as I did not do that wit Sylvester and I regret it so much... So many memories that I have lost.
 

John Campbell

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I am so jealous. All the pictures I took of Rafiki at that age were either of her sleeping or a blur that vaguely resembled a cat-type-thing.
You mention blurred images.. Were you using a Point and Shoot camera... If so, that is probably the problem as once you take the picture, you have to wait for it to do all the settings and by that time she is moving and thus a blur.

I use a high end Professonal Nikon with F2.8 lens and that allows me to shoot with a very fast shutter making for a quicker more reliable shot. Most of my shots are with a flash (as you see the camera configured in a previous post) using the flash as fill in and to better color balance. If you are interested more in cameras, check out my posts in the photo section... I just put out some info on a New Nikon that is great for the consumer that is open ended to add better len's and other equipment with it.