Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn

I thought you’d like to see some large format Helmi photos of a mackerel tabby Maine Coon. His name is Brenainn. I don’t know anything else about him – sorry; but the pictures do show us a very nice tabby Maine Coon, probably a show cat. The feature that stands out to me is his super-square muzzle. All Maine Coons have this and the lynx-tipped ears. I guess if you want to recognise a Maine Coon these are the two main features which stand out in addition to the large size and length. These are long cats, not stocky.

As I said, the photos are large and therefore the load time may be slow. Sorry for that but these days the internet has speeded up a lot and most people have broadband and sometimes very fast broadband so I am catering for them really. The large format does provide lots of detail.

All the photos are strictly copyright Helmi Flick as she is a professional photographer.

Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn
Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn
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Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn
Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn
Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn
Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn
Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn
Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn
Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn
Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn
Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn
Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn
Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn
Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn

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6 thoughts on “Tabby Maine Coon Brenainn”

  1. Outstanding combination of gorgeous cat and skilled photographic team. It’s one of the most satisfying activities I engage in, and makes me lose all track of time when I am in the process of capturing the beauty of an animal, a person, nature, or art. It’s really a fortunate thing to have a beautiful cat, and to be able to capture that beauty in the camera lens. Thank you for sharing this.

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    • Yes, Sandy it is great fun photographing a cat. You need two people πŸ˜‰ ! The whole key to the success of Helmi Flick is Ken Flick, her husband. Although I hate the man. He is arrogant, rude and a bully. He created the set up and he wrangles the cats. A photographer working alone would have great difficulty in getting these shots especially as cats in front of the camera have short attention spans – max 5-10 mins!

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  2. Very nice high quality pictures, if only I knew how to get my cat to pose like that.
    I imagine it must take quite a lot of time. Must admit I do love Tabbies (though preferably red).

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