some nature photos

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  1. senhwei

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    Hi guys,

    My attempts at some nature photography taken on my travels this year :

    Taken at Sausalito, near San Francisco :

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    Taken at St James Park, London :

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    regards,

    Chris
     
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    the first one looks painted, like everything is placed deliberately in exactly the right place. fabulous 8)

    i would like the second one too if squirrels weren't such bastids
     
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    the squirel is cool :D

    it's nicer to se it in it's natural habbitat rather in a cage.
     
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    The second is great, but I have never seen grey squirel. In my country they are rather brown mixed with orange. Like carrot :)
     
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    Now that could be interesting, I'd like to see that. I saw a blue squirrel once, but that was because I accidently shot it with a paintball rifle.
     
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    Both good shots. #1 is beautiful. Nice work!
     
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    Scott, you're twisted and I respect you for it! :shock:
     
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    Really like that first one.
    The second one is cute but it's a shame to see the grey squirrels (tree rats) are taking over.
    When I left Norfolk in the UK about 25 years ago, North Norfolk still had populations of the red squirrels but they were being slowly pushed out even there.
    Apart from the cute factor I like the grey squirrels, they taste just like rabbit but slightly stringy.
     

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