Sunday, September 26, 2010

Sunday Cinnamon

10 comments:

SixBunnies said...

Yes, Queen Cinnamon, we're all keeping five steps behind you!

Erin said...

Classic Cinnamon.

Ellen said...

Cinnamon has a bit of a Jackie O thing going on in this photo....classic elegance with just the right amount of mysterious glamour.

Hyperblogal said...

"You see that BLADE... that one.... uniformity.... I demand uniformity....

Fleetie said...

Cinnamon looks as though she is wondering why the hoomin is shining that light in her face.

"Get that thing out of my face, hoomin! I don't need bright lights! I have My Ears! They tell me what is going on, as well as my eyes!"

I think we're being Disapproved Of again!

But I can't think of anyone/anybun I'd rather have disapprove of me than Queen Cinnamon!

SixBunnies said...

Hey, EveryBunneh! Timmy and Tilly are back. Please go look at their great Bunny habitat at their blog

http://tehbunnehs.blogspot.com/

I don't know them personally, but I liked reading Timmy's and Tilly's adventures and they have a neat place to just be bunnehs.

Sorry for the interruption ... I was just excited when I checked and they had a new post...

Stacy Hurt said...

Human! You see that fence? Well do ya? That's right; I'm going thru it and if I turn around and you are still behind me there will be bloodshed!

The Fab Furs said...

You call this a suitable area for a royal procession? Well, I certainly don't! I require a garden in the English style with herbaceous borders, topiary, and Shakespeare and vegetable gardens for my sampling delight. Make it so!

janet2buns said...

Fleetie, I think Cinnamon's hoomins probably disregarded several photographic principles when they took this picture. Would you care to explain what they did wrong?

Fleetie said...

Janet : Oh, I dunno, it's not THAT bad. It's a bit "colourful", but that may be to accentuate Cinny's beautiful fur colour.

Maybe they could've used a slightly less harsh light, and a faster lens or higher ISO setting (but beware image noise!) to compensate.

Certainly the subject of this picture cannot be improved upon!

(Actually I've been shedding "buns" of money on camera stuff recently - film camera stuff! I just bought a fast (f/1.2 55mm) Olympus film camera lens for my film camera. I already had a slightly-technically-superior 50mm f/1.2 lens anyway, but I "just wanted" the 55mm one! Now I just have to pay off my credit card. Eeek! But I wish I had a subject as lovely as Cinnamon to photograph!)