BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

FAMILY TIES (THREE PHOTOGRAPHS)

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The photograph above was taken in March of this year, we had a late spring and the squirrel stands out against the wintery backdrop. The other two photographs were taken in early October before the vegetation had taken on its fall appearance. We’ve had some cold weather the last few days so I haven’t been keen on heading out with my camera. As we’re supposed to get some sun in the next day or two, I’ll get myself fitted up and check on these little guys and see what else is going on in the woods.

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35 thoughts on “FAMILY TIES (THREE PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Cute little critters – really great photos. What camera do you use?

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  2. These little guys are very cute!!
    Dwight

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  3. Great job of enhancing each species here, Belinda–gorgeous photos. I find the black squirrel especially elegant.

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  4. That first squirrel is amazing Belinda! The glint in his eye and the darkness of his fur, so incredibly beautiful!

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  5. Great crisp shots, Belinda. The black squirrel with the sparkle of snow on his fur is especially nice.

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  6. Wonderful pictures, you captured them beautifully.

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  7. black squirrel? interesting.

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  8. Great captures, Belinda. Love that bushy black squirrel!

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  9. Lovely cute annimals and you pictured them so nice.

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  10. They make such fantastic pictures.

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  11. Wonderful shots, Belinda! 🙂 There are occasional Black Squirrels in our area too.

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  12. It’s such fun to watch these little critters, and you have photographed them so well. The “black” ones are common on the campus of Kent State University and have slowly been making their way north. Although we don’t see them in our Back Yard Buffet yet, it could happen any day.

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  13. I think Walt Disney did a lot to endear these creatures to us, but even without him, they would soften the hardest of hearts. I’m brainwashed enough to think Perri (Disney’s squirrel) and Alvin (Ross Bagdasarian’s chipmunk) when I see these animals, and will always love them because of these artists immortalizing them. Wonderful photos. I love how clear they are. You must have a fine camera and know how to use it well.

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  14. Quite cute…despite their thievery!

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  15. Nice to see different types of squirrels. I have always though the black to be the prettiest. Only gray here.

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  16. These are wonderful, Belinda! I have never seen a black squirrel before.

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