(Field?) Mouse

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  1. Anubis

    Anubis TPF Noob!

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    Taken today in my back garden.
     
  2. Alison

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    Love the composition and colors on this one! Great catch :)
     
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    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    nice shot :thumbup:
     
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    Interesting casual shot.
     
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    I'm pretty sure that's a deer mouse.
     
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    Is that a bird feeder he's sitting on? If it is full marks for ingenuity! How on earth did he get up there... great pic as well, I believe the key to a good animal portrait is keeping the eye sharp and it certainly looks it, good job.
     
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    aww its so cute!!!
     
  8. Anubis

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    Cheers people! :)

    Scurra, it is the bird feeder its sitting on, but what you can't tell from the shot is that the feeder is 5 feet above ground nailed to the top of my fence.

    I started at my back door with my SLR and slowly moved forward, after about five minutes I was close enough that it took up the full view finder. After taking 15 shots on slr i switched to my Fujipix A303.

    It was not bothered about my presence at all. The shot you see is from the A303 and I am so close I could grab the mouse without extending my arm. (I didn't btw! :))

    I was out in the snow in shorts, a vest and wellington boots... bloody freezing, but i couldn't pass up the opportunity to photograph it. :)

    Bryan.
     

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