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squirreling around at Red Rock Canyon





for you folks who normally shoot pics of critters, i really do say how the heck do you do it? you are really patient, have lots of time, or enjoy the wait? don't make noise, light as a feather, have lots of camouflage or what? 

this cute squirrel was totally into his treat. his early breakfast. he was completely ignoring me. i got my zoom on and BAM we have 4 shots. a bit the same, same angle, etc, i was afraid to move, that he/she would get bored of me staring at him/she and wonder off. but all different in my opinion, considering i am not a critter normal shooter. pics taken late August 2014. Beth ( :

linking up with Eileen at "Saturday's Critters". come join us.

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, I love the cute squirrel shots.. You did great taking the critter shots..Have a happy day!
William Kendall said…
Excellent shots of this devious little rascal! I don't do much of critter photography, at least as of yet.
TexWisGirl said…
those little ones are so darn adorable!!
Missy George said…
Good critter pic!! I get them thru my kitchen window...
Kay said…
This little guy is very cute. I don't do a lot of camera critters but most of what I've gotten has been via a long lens and luck. More luck than anything else.
Ida said…
He's a cutie. I love capturing critters. Sometimes it's tricky but patience pays off.
Yogi♪♪♪ said…
Nice shots. I am in amazement at the birder bloggers who have such great shots. I don't have the patience, nor the skill to do what they do.
Linda said…
I put out bird seed and watch from my window.
Stephanie Faris said…
I'm thinking many people have super long-angle lenses, right? Is that what it's called when a camera can zoom in from a distance and still have high resolution?
don said…
Fine and very cute critter shots of this squirrel. I like how he appears to be in a fine place with which to enjoy his snack.
eileeninmd said…
Hi Beth, just stopping back to say thanks for linking up your cute squirrel post. Happy weekend!
Well captured images of the Squirrel. Have a lovely weekend.
bettyl-NZ said…
Squirrels are too cute not to try to photograph! Love your images.
What an absolute cuite. I just love squirrels.
Adorable little critter!
Ela said…
Such a lovely squirrel :)))

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