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PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:50 pm 
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Rui Costa, wonderful Zooage photo..

I had to chase this one around the tree, in the rain, to get his photo..he had been chattering at me, all morning, but when I ran back to the house, he was delighted to play a game of peek a boo..

I won. But got soaked in the process..raining really hard, right now..I just love it.
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Ummmm...Ya nailed him!!

Focus is perfect for the squirrel,colour is great,he's got a twinkle in his eye and food in his hands he's dry and looks happy.
Can't ask for much more than that... :lol:

Now Patti and Connorita..they're out chasin' critters in the weather.... :o

WTG!!! you guys rock too, people tell me I'm crazy doing that ...
Now I can just link em here and point you two out...lmao!!!
I knew I wasn't the only one :twisted:

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Congrats Patti! :) Patience is always rewarded when chasing squirrels.

I hope you don't mind,I made some minor adjustments to your photo,to show the impressive details you captured.
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patti and kpr thanks for the kind words.

kpr, I used your tip on spot focus seems to work great on these kind of shots.

Thanks again


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Thanks, Razvan, I don't have photo shop, so basically it is what it is, with me..

What did you do to it?

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just Curves and constrast adjustment

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Here's a little guy I found today while out hiking (pine squirrel):

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Great shot jax.

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with his hand over his heart, he looks like he is ready to give a speach!
Great capture, love his color, and expression..whoooohooooo!

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with his hand over his heart, he looks like he is ready to give a speach!
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He was going to sing the anthem 8)

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the wild bunch from Downtown Orlando :)

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Squirrels squirrels everywhere!!!
Great shot guys!!!

Through the window even...
We used to have feeders hanging on the window...

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Henry our cat found it quite entertaining!!


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Got some squirell shots! :D
I made a lot of photos today to a very friendly park squirell...unfortunately my compact camera succeded only with 2 shots. (succeded=sharp & without CA)
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