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by Ron Nelson

Category: Europe
Subcategory: Traveling
Author: Ron Nelson
ISBN: 0977966909
ISBN13: 978-0977966905
Language: English
Publisher: Blue Cats Press; 1st edition (May 25, 2006)
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BLUE CATS contains 28 photographs taken on the Greek Islands of Santorini, Rhodes and Antiparos. In this book Nelson captures the natural beauty of Greece and the graceful four-footed inhabitants of the coastal areas

BLUE CATS contains 28 photographs taken on the Greek Islands of Santorini, Rhodes and Antiparos. In this book Nelson captures the natural beauty of Greece and the graceful four-footed inhabitants of the coastal areas. The composition of these photographs is delicate and artistic, yet playful and relaxing.

There are no blue cats in Blue Cats, but there are a number of intriguing local.

Rome's feral cats form colonies amongst the ancient ruins of the city and are cared for by the government. Where to See Roman Cats Within the Ruins. Cats in Greece - Pictures of Cats in Greece.

Santorini cat x. The Complete Cats in the Sun by Hans W. Cats of the Greek islands. My Angel Bianca in Greece! Greece. A Santorini cat enjoying the lovely Aegean islands weather - there are wonderful photography books about feral/outdoor cats in the Greek islands (see great photography of the wonderful cats of Greek isles by Hans Silvester)-so beautiful! Santorini cat, sheltering from the sun- Greece. Sunbathing cat in Greece by ingwervanille on Getty Images.

The majority of them are born in the spring and survive through the kindness of tourists who feed them. At the end of the summer season the tourists leave and then some survive through the kindness of local Greeks, some die of starvation and some unfortunately fall foul of cat hating people who poison them. Despite this, their breeding potential is phenomenal

Aegean cats (Greek: γάτα του Αιγαίου gáta tou Aigaíou) are a naturally occurring landrace of domestic cat originating from the Cycladic Islands of Greece. It is considered a natural cat, developing without human interference.

Aegean cats (Greek: γάτα του Αιγαίου gáta tou Aigaíou) are a naturally occurring landrace of domestic cat originating from the Cycladic Islands of Greece. Development of the Aegean cat as a formal breed began in the early 1990s by breeders in the fledgling Greek cat fancy, but the variety has yet to be recognized by any major fancier and breeder organization. It is considered to be the only native Greek variety of cat.

BLUE CATS contains 28 photographs taken on the Greek Islands of Santorini, Rhodes and Antiparos. BLUE CATS is a 64 page medium size coffee table book, ten inches square, printed on extra heavy paper.
Comments to eBook Blue Cats, Cats of the Greek Islands
I am hcv men
"Blue Cats" is a new offering from renowned photographer Ron Nelson. Nelson specializes in both human and animal imagery, mostly in Europe, and is one of the best photographers working today. Cats are both photogenic but notoriously difficult to photograph due to their individuality and unpredictability, but here Nelson makes it look easy.

Greece has some of the most stunning architecture, landscapes, and waterscapes in the world, and is also known for a large and gregarious cat population. In this book Nelson captures the natural beauty of Greece and the graceful four-footed inhabitants of the coastal areas. The composition of these photographs is delicate and artistic, yet playful and relaxing. I am especially fond of the photographs depicting cats in motion, especially the two photos (numbers 26 and 27) "Jump Across" and "Shadow of a Jump" taken in Oia, Santorini which are exquisitely composed: the study of lighting and shadow is excellent throughout the book, but peaks with "Shadow of a Jump" in my opinion.

This book is excellent for anyone who loves excellent photography, cats, or travel (especially with pristine water backdrops); it is beautifully conceived and printed, and would look great on any coffee table or in any library. I highly recommend this book, and hope to see more from Ron Nelson in the future.
Madi
I opened this book and noticed that he has taken photos of cats doing things a cat would do. Such as sitting around and sitting around. It looks like there are a bunch of feral cats running around Greece. If I lived there i would be pissed because now it looks like my country has been over run with cats. Urban Tails: Inside the Hidden World of Alley Cats I would chew on this for a while.
Ndav
Gorgeous photographs! He catches cats doing fairly ordinary cat things against a breath-takingly beautiful backdrop of Greek scenery.
Shazel
If you love cats, you got to love the photos in this book.
BlessСhild
The Art of a Cat especially in Greece... The realtionship between the cats and the Greek people is a wonderful thing...
Bladebringer
Ron Nelson's camera captures the soft details of some amazing cats living in the Greek Isles. Their fur seems to be especially healthy and their bright eyes seem to speak of happy days laying out in the sun, a life lived outdoors in the fresh air and a content spirit.

Each picture is framed on a white page to bring out the contrast of the white stone walls and sapphire waters glistening in the distance. Some kittens are found sleeping on windowsills outside windows with lace curtains while others find their home in a café or wandering along sun-drenched stone walls with foliage set against a background of mountains and cooling blue waters.

The photography in this book goes beyond capturing moments and has additional elements of artistic excellence.

My husband has always wanted a pure black cat and the one in this book really captured his interest in a variety of pictures including the one where the cat jumps off the wall and where it looks like it is meditating or observing the view. The tiny black-and-white cat will make you laugh as it seems to have found itself atop a large white stone pillar and is quite happy to sleep the day away far from the crowd.

All of the cats look especially well groomed, very pampered and happy to be living in Greece. Blue Cats is one of the most beautiful books on cats I've ever seen due to the additional artistic flair of the photography and the beyond gorgeous settings.

~The Rebecca Review
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