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    Hi all ... after a break back to the jumping Squirrels
    Stopped the shooting at my location , as too many other subjects became interested ... like Jackdaw , Crows and other smaller birds . Plus the Squirrels came less frequent ... will try again in autumn . Then the Squirrels will appear nicer as well ... with a lovely thick tail and fur .


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    EF 500 IS L II + 1,4 TC
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    F9 ; Iso 8000 ; 1/3200 sec

    Processed with DT 4.6.1 and PSCC 2024 ; slight crop from top and RHS

    Thanks for watching and commenting to my previous postings

    Cheers Andreas

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    Lucky squirrel eating walnuts! Focus bang on image beautifully sharp - a fine shot technically aesethetically perhaps not 100% ,

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    ThX Jon ... well matter of taste what kind of pose is more interesting or aesthetically more pleasing , but no problem if you like one more than the other !!!

    The coolest jump poses can be achieved when its raining as they tend to shake themselves once airborne and its only on the way to the nuts , when jumping back they do not shake themselves

    Cheers Andreas

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