BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

WINTER WOODS

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Red squirrels are shyer than grey squirrels except in winter when food is scarce. They watch you closely as you walk along hoping for a snack. I had nothing with me that day and felt kind of badly as I did my rounds. Someone ahead of me had left a trail of seeds and nuts though and it wasn’t long before the squirrel was eating his fill.

37 thoughts on “WINTER WOODS

  1. That’s a really cute shot.

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  2. Beautiful capture of red squirrel. ❤

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  3. Interesting to me how brownish red your squirrels are compared to our gray ones here in NC. Nice Shot!
    Dwigth

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  4. You are the best at capturing their personalities, Belinda!

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  5. Sweet shot. I think they are cuter than the grays, and feistier, too!

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  6. In Ireland they come out in the Botanic Gardens but the greys have devastated the reds http://thestreetphotographersguide.blog

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  7. Adorable, Belinda! Nicely captured!

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  8. The squirrel’s coat looks so clean and healthy! Nice photo.

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  9. Very nice! Squirrels are very interesting & fun photo subjects. My favorite are Delmarva Fox Squirrels which I photograph at the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge in Maryland.

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  10. Nice capture with the little touch of snow on his nose.

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  11. Id find that face hard to resist too 😁

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  12. Adorable critter! 🙂

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  13. Absolutely wonderful, really alive, portrait; and very nice visual composition too. 🙂

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