nigelclack

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  • ray
  • Thailand
  • 12 Dec 2007, 00:03
You have captured the great beauty of this feline very well, Nigel.
Nigel Clack: Thank ou very much Ray.
Perfect 10. Where was this taken? Was there glass between you and the cat (I can not tell)
Nigel Clack: Thanks again, there was a wire fence.
Now, THAT is a cat. Wonderful capture and a likey for me.
Nigel Clack: Very kind, cheers Mary.
  • Martin
  • Houston
  • 12 Dec 2007, 01:04
Great detail!
Nigel Clack: Thanks Martin
Simply gorgeous. You are a wonderful wildlife photographer Nigel. Love the slight reflection in his/her eye.
Nigel Clack: Thanks for the compliment, although most things are in captivitywink
  • Andre
  • 12 Dec 2007, 06:00
Is this a snow leopard? Where was this taken? Common talk to us! Beautifully done!
Nigel Clack: Yep youre right, it was taken at the Cotswold Wildlife Park. Cheers Nig.
What a beauty... wild... looking for food ?
Nigel Clack: Ha, if only, I wouldn't be this close in the wild!! Cheers Flo
  • Shakara
  • on the hot seat
  • 12 Dec 2007, 08:33
What an amazing shot...
Nigel Clack: Thanks Shakara
Be still my beating heart smile

Perfect capture
Nigel Clack: Thanks U2
  • Neil Tandy
  • Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 12 Dec 2007, 08:38
I went to the Cotswold wildlife park 21 years ago, great place to visit!! Super photography Nig and a gorgeous subject. kind wishes, Neil.
Nigel Clack: Probably got some different animals now thenwink Cheers Neil
  • attah
  • london
  • 12 Dec 2007, 08:40
Everything about it works. Does make one's heart race a bit. They are quite magnificent creatures..
Nigel Clack: Indeed they are, cheers attah.
Great details and beautyful lighting
Nigel Clack: Thanks Richard
Oh my! This is stunning, and another creature that brings a lump to my throat - so beautiful. You did amazingly well to overcome the wire fence - it looks so natural. (:o)
Nigel Clack: I must admit it took a fewsmile Cheers Roz.
  • Dunico
  • South Africa
  • 12 Dec 2007, 11:52
Awesome shot, this is one of the best animal shots I have seen on the blog well done.
Nigel Clack: Cool, thanks very much!
stunning m8, great composition, love the way you can't see his pupils, kind of has you guessing as to what hes thinking.smile
Nigel Clack: I agree, I thought it was a bit different, especially as i am always banging on about eye contactsmile
  • mal
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 12 Dec 2007, 14:53
cracking shot Nig, there is tension in the pose of the creature, super shot. mal
Nigel Clack: Youre right, there was a male prowling around, which was making the females a bit skittish.
  • Stan
  • 12 Dec 2007, 15:31
Mary took the words right out of my mouth. Likeyed
Nigel Clack: In that case, very kind cheers Marywink
  • Bill Phillips
  • Droitwich...cold but not as cold as Canada
  • 12 Dec 2007, 20:34
Superb Nigel
Nigel Clack: Glad you like
  • Ellie
  • damp
  • 12 Dec 2007, 23:38
Pictures like this make me even more determined to get a long lens!

It's a wonderful thing to see, thank you
Nigel Clack: Do it!smile
Awesome capture. National Geographic wildlife. Likey!
Nigel Clack: Whoa calm down Josewink But thanks!
Certainly a likey --> Bravissimo !!
Nigel Clack: Thanks very much Zeb

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