Cat In A Street Corner

White cat in corner of street
Shot in the city of Kolkata, India tetsuOzawa

There's a white cat standing on a street corner, staring at me

Suddenly, I noticed a white cat standing on a street corner in Kolkata. It was watching me intently. Maybe it's a stray cat because it's so skinny. As I walk around here, many locals show interest in me. There are a lot of foreigners visiting Kolkata, but there are few carefree tourists walking down nondescript streets. This cat seemed to share this feeling. It seemed to think me, a foreigner whom it didn't see very often, was a rare sight for it to see. However, I was not sure if the cat recognize me as a foreigner or not.

When I walk around India, I often see dogs taking a nap or taking a walk. But it's rare to see a cat. In the Muslim world, cats are popular and dogs are not so popular. By contrast, in the Hindu-majority world, you see dogs a lot, but I don't think you see many cats. Maybe cats are not so popular in the Hindu world.

JP

Where is Kolkata?

PHOTO DATA

No

10027

Shooting Date

Jul 2011

Posted On

February 4, 2017

Place

Kolkata, India

Genre

Animal Photography

Camera

OLYMPUS PEN E-P2

Lens

M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 14-42MM

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