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Looking down a speciality.

Teazleicious Diva-cat photos for the lazy at heart.

Now with added kitten.





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. . . And I am the light. One little cat gets ideas above her station.
3rd Oct 2005, 10:53   | tags:,,,,

OJ says:

How funny. No one *ever* rates my pictures. Not the good ones that very (very) occasionally get highlighted.

Not the decent, quite interesting landscapes with reflections or sunsets or sculptures or whatever. Not the crappy ones testing out the camera functions by picturing my own eyes or something.

But they bother to come in and give my poor cat a 3! I get it, enough cat pics already.....

That's the got to be the definition of a bad day....

3rd Oct 2005, 13:23

jc1000000 says:

Honestly, the whole rating thing is just bizarre.... You just summed up thoughts I have had countless times.

3rd Oct 2005, 13:58

OJ says:

In principle, I like rating systems, but you need to be rating against defined criteria or at least criteria that are commonly understood(now there's a snappy sentence).

The pics and the blogs on here are so diverse from "me in the pub with mates" shots to artistic endeavours and one notable turd that it's impossible to know what the rating is referring to.

Wonder if the person doesn't like cats, or the lighting or the composition, or trivial personal pics, or Stone Roses lyrics....

Comments are most welcome though. :-)

3rd Oct 2005, 15:06

bmal says:

i like the top pic the light flare on across the cats face is good. the rating system has no rule to measure against. i think people just rate something if they like it and on how much each individual picture works on its own

3rd Oct 2005, 15:16

OJ says:

Cheers bmal. The light actually looked like that streaming across the spare room and the cat, being a diva went and sat in it.

Saw a similar effect in the much more spectacular setting of misty Pennines on Sunday and couldn't capture it for the life of me...

3rd Oct 2005, 15:31