BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

ON THE LOOKOUT (THREE PHOTOGRAPHS)

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These photos were taken within a few days of each other. The brown hues of late fall turned to a white snowscape very quickly this month. These eastern grey squirrels are sporting thick coats and look alert and well fed as they make their rounds of the park. At times you get the sense that you’re being watched as you walk along the trail. Chances are it’s one of these squirrels, as they’re everywhere you look.

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36 thoughts on “ON THE LOOKOUT (THREE PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Wauwie, super super. So cute and it looks a bit fat, but that will be the wintercoat …

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  2. This one is a fat one 🙂
    I love squirrels!

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  3. These squirrels are particularly handsome, especially the first one.

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  4. So cute! You’re always there at the right moment. Love these captures. 🙂

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  5. The first picture is fabulous – cheeky chap! 🙂

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  6. You express their furry loveliness and vitality well, Belinda. That first photo brings a smile with the whimsy you captured.

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  7. Lovely shots of a very cute and well-padded squirrel!

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  8. All very nice portraits of these cute fellows. Nice bushy tail and the composition with the log in the second one.

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  9. So cute. It looks great against the snowy background.

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  10. What wonderful characters, especially the bottom one and the way he’s posing! Great shots!

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  11. Excellent portraits of the cheeky fellow, Belinda!

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  12. I like the second one the most.. the fanned out tail, the way he is holding his feet, looks like he is wearing mittens. 🙂

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  13. I don’t think they could get much cuter than this! Nice shots!

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  14. They certainly look plump and ready for winter. The first photo is a wonderful portrait.

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  15. That is one fluffy fellow!

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  16. Great shots! Especially the first one. I reckon that’s a competition winner;)

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  17. We recently spent a few days in Somerset West in the Western Cape and was struck by the number of grey squirrels – an invasive species introduced to South Africa by Cecil John Rhodes – scampering up and down the oak trees and scurrying across the roads.

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  18. Very good portraits – the second one is somehow the most intriguing. Adrian

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