Humpty Dumpty?

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  1. Battou

    Battou No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Taken (Handheld) with Vivitar 400mm on Canon EF, ASA 200

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    Ah no. This one here looks like he's quite used to sitting on walls! He's not going to fall. What's that? A chipmunk?
     
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    Well spotted!
     
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    Ah perhaps, but there are times when even the most experienced slip ;)

    Yes, it is a chipmunk.

    Thanks, I had to run home after I realized that I had forgotten to put the shoulder but onto my lens, I spotted him just sitting there just before reaching the house and rifeled that one off straight handheld.
     
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    If we found one of the kind where I live, we could be sure it ran away from someone's home, as they don't live here as wild animals. Only as caged pet animals.
     
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    Yeah, we have them wild around these parts, but they can be a might tough to see, they are small little buggers and they blend into almost everything...usually.
     

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