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Leaping Lizards

If you’ve ever tried to take pictures of squirrels before, you’re probably aware of how frustrating it can be to get exactly what you’re trying to get a photo of because they are very fast, have lightning quick reflexes, and … Continue reading

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#2 – One Giant Leap

Photo taken: December 27, 2013 I was gifted with a new camera for Christmas in 2013, the same one I still use today even though it’s very much in need of replacing.  One of the first shots I ever took … Continue reading

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#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

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Walking On Air

If you’ve paid attention to squirrels, you know they don’t get around like most ordinary mammals do.  You’ll never see a squirrel just walking from Point A to Point B….. well, usually you won’t.  While their lagomorph cousins with the … Continue reading

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Might As Well Jump

I have taken a lot of awesome, cool, nifty, too good to be true photos of squirrels over the years.  Just when you think you’ve captured it all, the critters will show you something you’d never imagined you’d get on … Continue reading

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