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 Post subject: Scarborough Squirrel
PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 10:01 am 
Hi guys, i thought i would share this Squirrel i snapped in Peasholm Park Scarborough. The other photos came out blurry as the little blighter kept scurrying round so fast.

Thanks...

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 5:16 pm 
Hello Hotshot147!

Welcome to the friendly Camera Labs forums :D

This picture really struck me with its 'beautifulness' the moment I saw it! Allow me to give my explanation.

    -The blurred trees in the background show the habitat of the squirrel.
    -The downward-facing squirrel body shows the nature of the multi-directional squirrel.
    -The moss-covered tree the squirrel is on shows more of the squirrel's habitat.
    -The eyes and the head show the 'curious' and 'run-about' nature of the squirrel, always eager to dart somewhere.

Could you share what equipment was used to take this photo?

SnS 8)


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 5:21 pm 
You flashed that squirrel quite good did you :)

Nice capture!


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 7:09 pm 
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welcome, welcome...what a great entrance...
this little guy is about as cute as they come!! love that sidelong glance going on...looks like a posing squirrel...

I love the muted trees, as well, sets off the entire theme of Squirrels on patrol...

good going...


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 15, 2008 12:58 pm 
SCREAMnSHOUT wrote:
Hello Hotshot147!

Welcome to the friendly Camera Labs forums :D

This picture really struck me with its 'beautifulness' the moment I saw it! Allow me to give my explanation.

    -The blurred trees in the background show the habitat of the squirrel.
    -The downward-facing squirrel body shows the nature of the multi-directional squirrel.
    -The moss-covered tree the squirrel is on shows more of the squirrel's habitat.
    -The eyes and the head show the 'curious' and 'run-about' nature of the squirrel, always eager to dart somewhere.
Could you share what equipment was used to take this photo?

SnS 8)


Thanks for the very kind comments, the camera i use is a 4 year old Canon Powershot A75


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