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|I was in Hillsborough forest Park the other day looking for squirrels when I noticed this little rascal on the ground some distance away. As I tried to get closer he noticed me the ran 4ft up the tree waiting for my next move. |
I froze and slowly lifted the camera to my eye and captured a few shots at 400mm hand held ;). I took one step closer and that was enough for him, off he went up the tree not to be seen again. He was the only one I saw that day, at least I beat him to the draw and got my photograph.
Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL
Software: Adobe Photoshop CS Windows
Exposure Time: 1/50 sec
ISO Speed Ratings: 400
Focal Length: 400/1 mm
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- [2006-04-07 15:03]
Hello Stephan , A Very good shot from the squirrel ,a good compositie dof sharp and details ,light and he looks to you , and nice frame ,have a good weekend ,Teunie .
Very nice shot Stephen
Great resplution and the composition es very nice.
Good POV and good background.
Excellent POV and sharpness.
Like the frame too.
A great shot. I love this wee guy. I also like the colours and textures of the tree trunk and the shadow play. Well done. :-)
very charming shot.
Perfect capture of typical checking pose before disappearing upwards and to the back of the tree.
Excellent details. Beautiful light.
Thank you! BEst regards,
Excellent exposure control with the light & shadow here. Sharp detail and a great pose as he gives ya his approving nod :)
Very well framed, nice BG..So you seem to be testing the limits of your new toy, and its IS capabilities..Comes in handy hey!
And I like the title..I'm a bit "cheeky" myself :}} Very well done. PT