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    I played a little bit around with the cat's photos - this one appeals to me, what to you mean?



    Herr original face I've shown you already here: http://www.photography.ca/Forums/f20...tion-7056.html

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    I am not sure about the purple (but I'm not a big fan of purple) as the background. I like th detail in the fur but would like to see more of the eye and have it shot. I find that my eye wanders around but doesn't seem able to find a focus.
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    A bit too mixed media (too much processing) for my taste though it's still cute for sure.
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