I like making images of close-ups that don't lose the context of the subject. By that I mean my intention is to showcase the subject in an aesthetic way so that it is still recognisable in an non-abstract way. Nor do I require a macro lens for this to be effective. This is why I normally photograph in a documentary style — to show details without losing too much of the context.
I like this vantage point. Perhaps I'm bias. Wiggley is my pet (although he thinks he owns me) so I love every millimetre of him, including his sizeable derriere!
Summer is here and he's shedding his Winter coat.
More of him to come.
So tell me — what close-ups of your furball do you like looking at?