So, who’s next on the Menu?
- pompey (2774)
- [2005-01-15 12:28]
Excellent shot Callie, can you tell me when you are posting next time, so my picture doesn't end up next to yours in the gallery (only joking).
Beautiful portrait of a beautiful animal, great texture to the coat, good pose, good colour.
- tzeybek (2772)
- [2005-01-15 12:38]
Very good sharpness, details and beautiful portrait.
- Robbrown (6106)
- [2005-01-15 13:14]
Very nice callie , good bright portrate loads of detail love the detail of the tounge with its damp reflective surface which could be a problem with the flash causing highlights.
- willie (2083)
- [2005-01-15 13:41]
Stunning shot Callie. Much charactor in this great shot. Excellent post as usual
Nice capture Callie
Stunning aminal, I wish I could tatch my nose with the tong ;)
Nice sharpness, hot colors, composition and background.
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2005-01-15 15:16]
Great portrait Callie.
Now is it my turn to be behind with the comments, bad internet connection for a few days, it's solved now.
Good sharpness and great pose, compostion and colours.
Very good note like always.
Great work my friend
- Signal-Womb (11094)
- [2005-01-15 17:07]
Another stunning portrait of the Cheetah. Your so lucky to get close to these big cats. Great post.
Hummmm, that was a good meal! Very well catched, Callie. I didn't know cheetah were endangered. Your note is very good to learn about these. I guess this one is in good hands in the Institute, because he looks very healthy. Your focal lenght shows you were not that close. Are they in semi-liberty or in the wild?
- JennHen (429)
- [2005-01-15 19:49]
Sort of a funny expression, with his tongue up his nose ;>) Nice eye contact, too - do you suppose he was eyeing you up for desert?? Thanks for note and appealing shot. -Jenn
- marhowie (486)
- [2005-01-15 22:36]
Callie, Superb. I don't think I've ever seen a cat with its tonque so far up the snout like this before..Fantastic detail. Great eye contact. Very nice!
- elizemeijer (2009)
- [2005-01-16 3:17]
STUNNING.. I think i should visit my family in South-AFrica this year.. I am so jealous ;)
Great timing,with his tongue up his nose.
- Luc (14767)
- [2005-01-16 3:36]
I cant do that!
A more than excellent post, Callie: picture and note plus an interesting link. I have forgot to have written that critic.
The Cheetah is a beautifull animal.
- Janice (18832)
- [2005-01-16 3:40]
Looks like he's eyeing you up and licking his chops in readiness, Callie. Excellent shot, clear and sharp. Colours "spot on":)
- gerhardt (11620)
- [2005-01-16 4:00]
I guess those sharp claws can't get the job done. :)
Callie, this is just perfect. The ey-contact is the best. Masterpiece. Well done.
- red45 (31094)
- [2005-01-16 5:52]
Mniam...tasty! Excellent portrait of beautiful cat. Everything on it is great!
- netfalls (0)
- [2005-01-16 7:08]
Great portrait, superbe pose.
So, was this the one with the subtitle "Hungry Eyes"?? ;-))
Another beautiful capture with excellent sharpness, DOF and colours. Cute kitty ;-)
- carper (8439)
- [2005-01-16 13:05]
Fantastische foto Callie,
It's a lear shot with, a fantastic sharpnes, a great eye contact, a good pof and dof, very good shot Callie I like it very much
- japie (5187)
- [2005-01-16 16:14]
Jy het my voorgespring :) ek sal 'n paar dae wag voordat ek myne pos. The sharpness is great and I love the eye contact.
Hier zie ik de grootte Callie met zijn prachtige dieren foto's, de neus proper houden is belangrijk voor de goede ademhaling tijdens het lopen, maar u heeft het opnieuw mooi gedaan om op dit ogenblik deze foto te kunnen nemen.
- christophe (1781)
- [2005-01-17 4:02]
Nothing to repeat , excellent shot Callie
in a friendly way Christophe
- cafecrem (9248)
- [2005-01-17 4:41]
He would like to eat you? You should look very tasty :-) Great photo!
- radz (436)
- [2005-01-17 6:42]
Great Portrait shot,he must be ralaxing mood,after his meal expecting his desert ;).
Really liked the tongue sticking out &his face expression in this shot.10/10 .
- babujayan (1334)
- [2008-05-27 20:01]
It is intersting to read the narration of this endangered spicies. Thank you Callie.