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Don’t Try This At Home
If you think those amateurs at the circus who carefully walk the tightrope with that huge balancing pole are amazing… well, squirrels laugh at that kid’s stuff. Everyone knows that squirrels love to walk and even scurry the “high wires” … Continue reading
Posted in Saturday Squirrel Tagged acrobat, adorable, circus, cute, jump, leap, photo, photography, squirrel, wire 7 Comments
#12 – The Blurry Grail
Photo taken: March 15, 2018 I had mentioned in an earlier entry that the Holy Grail of squirrel photography, at least for me, would be to capture a picture of a squirrel in mid-leap high up in a tree. This … Continue reading
Posted in My Top 200 Photos Tagged acrobat, jump, leap, photo, photography, squirrel, tree 15 Comments
From the first day I started taking pictures of squirrels for this blog, the crown jewel I’ve always wanted for my collection has been a photo of a squirrel in mid-leap high up in a tree. Of all the amazing … Continue reading
Posted in Saturday Squirrel Tagged acrobat, adorable, amazing, cute, jumping, leaping, midair, outdoors, park, photo, photography, squirrel, tree 12 Comments
Oftentimes when I visit the local park with the express purpose of adding to my already voluminous squirrel photo archive, I worry that… in over five years of taking thousands and thousands of pictures of these critters, that I have … Continue reading