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Photo taken: March 21, 2014 This is about the third or fourth such photo I’ve used in this countdown thus far containing a squirrel in mid leap. Each of them has their own unique quirk to make them stand out … Continue reading →
Photo taken: December 27, 2013 Faster than a speeding puppy dog! More powerful than a CO2 powered BB gun! Able to leap tall oak trees in a single bound! Look at the amazing Hover Squirrel go! This was the first … Continue reading →
Photo taken: February 24, 2015 When we run…. or for those of us of a certain age, when we USED TO run… there’s always a brief moment in between each stride where neither of our feet are touching the ground. … Continue reading →
Photo taken: September 19, 2012 The Nintendo Entertainment System was all the rage among the gamers of my generation thirty years ago, and had a whole litany of classic 8-bit video games that are still fondly remembered by those of … Continue reading →
The subject of this photo is out of focus, but I don’t care. When squirrels get riled up and chase each other at breakneck speeds through trees, it turns sciurine photography into a total game of chance. Aim your camera … Continue reading →