Saturday, March 2, 2013

Nut Guts

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Black squirrel


Hey, who ate all the nuts?
 
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21 comments:

  1. I certainly would LOVE to have the black squirrels here in my part of the country!! He's [or should I say "it's"] gorgeous!!!!

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  2. A squirrel with a black sable coat! We rarely see black squirrels around here. Great captures!

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  3. Karen, he's so cute! What an awesome set of captures. I've never seen a black squirrel. We only have the boring gray ones.

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  4. I do love your black squirrels, Karen!! The look on his face in the last shot says it all! Such fun captures for the day! Enjoy your weekend -- both of you!!

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  5. What a cute series!

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  6. LOL - the look on the last one's face: priceless!! :o)

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  7. What an adorable squirrel, and great depth of field in the shots.

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  8. i just adore your cute black squirrels!!!

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  9. hehe, that was the perfect caption!

    or, "hey you, with the camera, we're out of nuts here"!!

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  10. Fabulous shots! He's so cute.

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  11. Yes, a nice squirrel, great pictures!

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  12. nut guts indeed! wonderful pics, perfect captions *VBS*

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  13. I'm guessing this little guy is a regular visitor. :)
    I would love to have black squirrels.
    Terrific poses you've captured!

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  14. Great images of that squirrel! Such personality.

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  15. Aww, cute shots. Perfect captures!
    Thanks for dropping by :)

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  16. Great series of shots. These guys are costing us a fortune in peanuts!

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  17. Splendid looking chap!

    Crickets, gasshoppers, katydids etc are all in the same group - I just have a play on "cricket" going on in my blog this week!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  18. squirrels are so cute, they must be smart little things to find ways to keep fed through winter

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  19. I love these guys ! You are so lucky to have these in your yard; they're incredibly photogenic. (Of course that could have something to do with the talented photographer!!)

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