(Biggify at will! If you're a Dante fan, you will enjoy it.)
This is Dante shot through the open arm of the basket chair on the front porch.
It acted as frame for his profile, I thought.
This is Dante just as he landed after a short flight.
In this shot, you can truly appreciate the length of the big red beast.
I loved this shot because of the rather unique position. There's a certain flow to it, and a sense of timelessness for some reason. Like a moment frozen in time, I think.
This, of course, is a close-up of ears with a smattering of whiskers all highlighted by the bright winter sun.
Dante's red fur just intensifies at this time of year -- quite unlike the summer months.
Aside from being a great close-up shot of Dante's handsome face, he has this rather enigmatic look (sort of like a stunned Mona Lisa).
This shot was an outtake, but I rather like it anyway. Dante was walking toward me and by the time I took the picture, he was already too close. I like the look of purpose in his eyes, though -- and it's another great ear shot! Next time I shouldn't wait until he's within earshot to shoot (LOL)!
This is just a super-floofy shot. I even like the little wet wisp of fur which Dante had just finished grooming. He looks like a big, fat, happy cat here, even though he's not fat at all. That fur certainly fills him out!
Well, I hope you've enjoyed the eclectic mix of Dante's pix today. Dante has many different sides and it will take many more photoshoots to truly capture them all.