We had a squirrel shoot the other day

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  1. Ron Evers

    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I like nature photography & enjoyed the squirrel shoot the other day & today had the opportunity to shoot a mouse under our balcony eating fallen wild bird feed. Talk about eating on the run, it was never still.


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    OMG he is so cute!! I like #4 the best because he is facing the camera; too bad the right side of his face is a bit dark. Had to be tricky: a mouse on the run. :lol: That just cracks me up.
     
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    i like 2 and 4. nice job capturing the little speed demon ;)
     
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    i can only think of one kind of shooting I would do when a mouse is the subject.. cool pics though! +1 on the 2, 4 being the best
     
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    I want one!!... naa.. they are cute but kinda messy. great shots!
     
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    Thanks folks, unfortunately when shooting wildlife you have little control over lighting; you are lucky to even get a decent shot. I took about 10 shots & some were discarded immediately @ the computer; where did those butt shots come from???
     
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    It must be hard to shoot little critters like that. Good job though.
     

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