1. Daysleeper40

    Daysleeper40

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    Another set from Wingham... feel free to comment, good or bad.

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    [​IMG]WW_20180928_131407 by Daysleeper40, on Flickr

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    [​IMG]WW_20180928_135841 by Daysleeper40, on Flickr

    ...and I actually prefer this shot for the Jaguar - but I think the bars are more obvious which is a shame. Any suggestions on processing to help with this?

    [​IMG]WW_20180928_135840 by Daysleeper40, on Flickr
     
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  2. Mr Badger

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    Re the cat in the first 4 photos... I want one, it's beautiful!
     
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  3. holty

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    where was your focus point on the first 4 shots the eye looks soft to me on my mac
     
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  4. Gremlin

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    Is that the young female Cloudy they took in from a private home ?
    Nice to see she still isn't shy as most of them are
     
  5. Cobra

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    Very nice Fi, love the second cloudy (y)
     
  6. Daysleeper40

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    Clouded leopard - my favourite 'little' cat :)

    It was on the eye in all of them - not sure if the glass is having an impact though.

    It was a female - I wasn't aware she'd come from a private home but she was definitely not shy. Cotswold Wildlife park have a hand raised cloudy who can be very engaging btw.

    Thank you :)
     
  7. Gremlin

    Gremlin Cynthia

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    I was talking to a keeper in July 2017 who told me about it, she was quite young then
    Shame the RSCC closed, that had the most approachable cloudys I have ever seen
    and the used to bring cubs out for photoshoots, They weren't far from Wingham so
    I could do both in a day
     
  8. Daysleeper40

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    Wingham have taken over that site and I believe it is going to be used for 'experiences' - but it is not fully open yet. The former owner of RSCC has also started a new private collection in Cornwall and has said they will be will be holding open days.
     

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