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    If you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will gaze back into you--Friedrich Nietzsche

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    1. Aravis 117 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous! I love the lighting and the regal way the cat holds itself as it views its world.

    2. qUiMeRa 117 months ago | reply


    3. StrixRex 110 months ago | reply

      Wonderful idea, probably impossible to implement equally perfectly...
      The background light is either too strong, or not strong enough. The image of the cat appears distorted, although this may be just an effect of the digital domain...
      The idea on the other hand is stunning! Do we know, what the cat is looking at? Can we get to know, how he sees this world?!

    4. Micke-fi 110 months ago | reply

      This is an interesting photo. What is the cat looking at?

      (from the 1on1 group)

    5. lakewentworth 104 months ago | reply

      Two thumbs up :-)

    6. Gabriela Camerotti 103 months ago | reply

      I don't know why, but the cat looks human in this pic!
      I like it, the orange tones gave it an old look.

    7. capsicina  100 months ago | reply

      simply but Great!

    8. tryingtolearn USA 100 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the nice comments you made on two of my photos. I want to tell you that I like the minimalist quality of this photo - interesting that the cat is looking out so intently on ?????????? Maybe you planned it this way, and it is effective. For me I finally figured out that I needed to use a flash to get both inside and outside. We used this for our Christmas card:
      From our home to yours, Happy Holidays
      Seen in the Continuum Pool

    9. Cobra064 100 months ago | reply

      nice atmosphere and color. The overexposed window helps this shot because there is no distraction from whats behind the window.
      good work

      (Love Photography)

    10. bevcraigwhite 100 months ago | reply

      love it....for the above reasons so well expressed ! Love photography pool.

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