Cat Portraits

Posted on Jun 4, 2017

Of all my photographic subjects I find wild birds and cat portraits the most challenging!  My access to wild birds is either in my backyard or a field trip away  But for cat portraits I’m fortunate to be owned by an orange tabby cat by the name of Buster.  Buster is a most photogenic cat and for the most part cooperative.

Buster spends his days in my office at the window hunting the birds that frequent the nearby water fountain.  I call this Buster’s bird TV.

The photos below were taken one morning as Buster was enjoying his morning romp on my bed.  He will get up on the bed before I make it and wants to be covered up by the spread.  I oblige him and he becomes a large bump under the bedspread for a while.  Then he will wiggle out from under the spread and roll around on the bed before he settles in for a morning nap.

Please enjoy some cat portraits of my very bold and demanding cat Buster.

Buster an orange tabby cat laying on his side on my bed for his cat portraits

Buster an orange tabby cat laying down and looking off in the distance on my bed for his cat portraits

 

Buster an orange tabby cat close up of his face while he is laying on my bed for his cat portraits