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52 week Black & White.

Week 1:

Meet Gypsy who picked me has a part time owner.

Shot on Nikon D750 with a 70-200 Tamron sp lens. Edited in Snapseed on my mobile/cell phone.

Comments welcome.

George☘️

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  1. Beautiful cat and wonderful photo of Gypsy, although Harper is questioning the company you keep.🐾🐾😁 Over the years I’ve used a variety of editing software apps and my favorite lately is Snapseed.

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    • Thank you, I use Snapseed when i want to do a quick edit. I download straight from the camera to the phone, edit and post in a few minutes. Harper never fear cats would never replace my love for dogs. 🐕

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  2. Hi George! Good to see you sharing. Gypsy is gorgeous. We too have a cat named Gypsy, all black. Love the fluff and the effects too. I don’t know if I’ve ever used Snapseed I need to check it out.

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    • Hi Janet, I don’t own Gypsy. She was left behind when her owners left the area. Another woman use to feed her but she to had to move. So I took over feeding duties and named her Gypsy due to the fact she has a number of homes she visits. But she loves to curl up on the sofa in the evening before heading out into the night.

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      • Gypsy is the second one, an old cat has been living in my back yard for a couple of years now. Its very nervous and doesn’t like indoors, but at least i can pet it now without losing any blood. So it must be getting used to me, i look forward to the day it comes in and curls up indoors to relax.

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      • Yes save your blood 😳. Our gypsy took awhile to warm up. Maybe the first one will start to be more curious now seeing the other one go in and out.

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      • Don’t think that going to happen, they can’t look at each other without a bout of hissing and squaring off. But Grumpy is older, bigger and its her patch. The young contender still knows she no match yet. 😂😂

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