Pecan Time by CavalierLady ()
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My pecans are starting to fall and Mrs. Squirrel is very happy about the windfall. :)
Thank you very much for your views and comments.
Image Comments (23)
Hendesse () 7:48AM | Thu, 15 October 2015
Cute squirrel, it has captured a lot of booty. They often hide the nuts and then they do not find them again. An outstanding shot!
bmac62 () 11:27AM | Thu, 15 October 2015
Let's see...where should I put this one? A Maria detailed shot at the zoom. So good.
MrsRatbag () 1:31PM | Thu, 15 October 2015
Fantastic POV, were you down on your belly? Wonderful portait!!
goodoleboy () 9:16PM | Thu, 15 October 2015
LOL at this shot of Mrs Squirrel caught with the goods in her mouth. Sorry, rodent, pecan shells are not to be swallowed whole. You can choke to death on that thing unless its cracked open and eaten piece meal. Nice capture, Maria.
auntietk () 4:25PM | Fri, 16 October 2015
He's got his booty, and is wringing his hands in maniacal glee! Muuwaaahaahaahaahaa!!!
virginiese () 10:43AM | Sat, 17 October 2015
I love squirrels too ! This lady squirrel is very gorgeous ! Nicely capture : I love the pose of your model !
kenmo () 6:56AM | Mon, 19 October 2015
Outstanding and truly a photograph I will not forget for a long while....
anahata.c () 8:57AM | Wed, 11 November 2015
well I wanted to give 'equal time' to some of your other animal shots, so I came here...In zoom, this is so classic---I don't know how you do this, you must have an extremely attuned eye, acute even; you instinctively know the 'moments' with animals, where to stand, how to zoom (that is, when you do zoom), what settings to use...something that comes with long experience and an expert inner eye. I realize you probably get several shots of each animal, but to get even one as good as this takes great perception. intuition and patience. The detail is very sweet, as is his wonderful orange undercoating. And his expression is uncanny, it's remarkable that you can catch animals so exquisitely and naturally, while in the midst of their daily activities. An exquisite shot..what an eye you have!