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Pets, and animals in general, present photographers with all sorts of subject opportunities and challenges. Whether in your own backyard or travelling overseas, animals are ever-present.

Capturing animals interacting with people or other animals can produce interesting images.

Trying to anticipate the unpredictable movements of animals both large and small requires patience, but the results can be rewarding.

DIG members presented the Pet/Animal photos shown below.

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Squirrel
"Red Squirrel"
Source: Wikimedia Commons
Author: Ray eye
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Gladys Brooks
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Joyce Pickup
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Jean McCormick
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Shirley Payne
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Margaret Barnett
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Hazel Blair
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Mary Blount
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Robin Dinham
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Robin Ireland
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Margaret Butt
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Barry Porter
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Geoff Turton
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Pam Donnet
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Diane Reddy
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Evelyn Rogers
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Ken McRae
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Harry Vesely
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Marilyn Richardson