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    Posted: 03 April 2009 at 22:11
If it had the misfortune of entering our house at night......

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Awesome!

Funny thing is, he looks both sinister and a little bored.
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Great fun !
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Reading the title I thought it should be about a mouse trap...
But in a sense, this one is too...
Nice shot
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Love the exposure, look, everything about it - nicely done.
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Super Cool Shot !!
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Really nice work, Larry.
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I really like the omnimus lighting as it really adds to the mood. I too thought it would have something to do with a mousetrap. Well done.
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Lovely - I'm trying to work out the reflections in its eyes. Looks like a field with trees in the background.

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my brother has in-laws with a cat named "mousetrap"
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Is that the negative of Walt's shot from earlier in the week? Great stuff!

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Great portrait, he/she doesn't took all that far revoved from its African cousins.
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Wonderful, though I wouldn't mind it a bit brighter.
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Thanks everyone for all the encouragement.

YouFunnyUncle, I could never compete with a blue eyed beauty in the hands of Wross's talent

Frankman, can't get nothing past you.    Your right they are trees, the shot was taken on the back porch... here's the original

       
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