Halloween Mouser

October 28, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

Halloween MouserHalloween Mouser

A few feral cats reside in Sim Park in Wichita. It's only fitting that wild cats live in a wild park. Much of the park is unmaintained. It must be an exciting place to hunt. The cats often make their way through the gardens at Botanica to pick out delectable items from the garden menu. This gray beast caught my eye as it hid beneath the shrubs waiting for me to pass by. 

 

Actually, the exposure of this photo was a mistake. We all admit our mistakes, right? The shot was grossly underexposed since I had quickly put my flash on the camera but, neglected to adjust the exposure. At first I was disappointed when I saw this on the computer screen. It was originally much darker than this. But, then as I played around with the image, trying to coax something out of the darkness, this great gray hunter emerged. The flash had reflected off his retinas, creating an eerie eye shine. 

 

Happy Halloween!


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