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Debs_Rocker 7 303 2 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2010 5:22PM
LoL - well I was in the Tufty Club so I'm always happy to spot a wee Red Squiggle! Very Very good image, lovely light and great composition - cheers for sharing!

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BeiK 10 7 Scotland
7 Feb 2010 5:32PM
This is great. I like the fact that you have included so much of the background, in a clever way.
Bitte
7 Feb 2010 5:53PM
Superbly composed and captured
Wilmot 8 338 1 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2010 5:53PM
Such a brilliant shot Cheryl
Steve
joolsb 11 27.1k 38 Switzerland
7 Feb 2010 5:59PM
Oh, go on. Have a vote. I'm feeling generous. Wink
7 Feb 2010 6:06PM
Stunning shot, really well composed.

Scott
lianna 6 13 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2010 6:09PM
superb capture, love the colours x x x
davidcollins 10 108 1 Scotland
7 Feb 2010 6:15PM
a cracking shot it works so well.
csurry 14 9.2k 92
7 Feb 2010 6:23PM
Oh my god! A vote from Jools and on a red squirrel shot. Wait let me check it must be time for his annual appointment with the psychiatrist Wink

Thanks all.

Bit of a different image, but the setting suited it. I would have liked to include a little more of the floor to ground the picture, but I may get another chance later in the week.
Shroomer 9 14 167 England
7 Feb 2010 6:38PM
Is that dot in the bg a Crested Cheryl
Cracking red and like that perch
Richard
7 Feb 2010 6:50PM
1st Class image !!
7 Feb 2010 7:05PM
Superb Cheryl.... great to see more bg

Jon
Vince_S 6 10 England
7 Feb 2010 7:16PM
Excellent shot of squirrel in natural environment.
Vince
rgarrigus 8 25 7 England
7 Feb 2010 8:09PM
Super nature portrait. The focus could not be better.

Cheers!

Bob G.
cdm36 12 391 7 England
7 Feb 2010 8:15PM

Quote:Oh my god! A vote from Jools and on a red squirrel shot. Wait let me check it must be time for his annual appointment with the psychiatrist


Its obligatory being as he's Ge this week . Wink

Nice and sharp and love that dof, perch couldnt have been much more photogenic either Smile

Chris.
joolsb 11 27.1k 38 Switzerland
7 Feb 2010 8:18PM

Quote:Oh my god! A vote from Jools and on a red squirrel shot. Wait let me check it must be time for his annual appointment with the psychiatrist


Fair dos. It's a nice shot! It would be better if the squirrel was doing something interesting like playing a trombone, or somesuch. Then I might even be tempted to give it a GEA. Wink
viscostatic 10 34 5 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2010 8:35PM
Great composition and clarity.

Phil.
Alan_Coles 10 177 11 Wales
7 Feb 2010 8:38PM
This is fabulous Cheryl.
7 Feb 2010 9:22PM
Beautifully composed and captured, a very fine nature image, just enough detail in the background to give you information of the squirrels environment with fine detail just where it is required, a lovely image.
David
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
7 Feb 2010 9:49PM
Another cracker ! Cheryl. Ron.
7 Feb 2010 9:51PM
Beautfully captured , Love the mossy log you have captured it on and also the postion of the squirrel and the dof is perfect. The whole shot is perfectly captured great focus detail and sharpness
csurry 14 9.2k 92
7 Feb 2010 10:32PM
Thanks all.

Thanks David for the UA.

Have a few more wider shots, mainly because the 500mm was trained on the Crestie perch, so the 70-210 forces a slightly different interpretation.
8 Feb 2010 4:13PM
A truly wonderful image Cheryl!!
Cormy 8 3 England
8 Feb 2010 4:20PM
A little jewel.
Cheers
Alan
csurry 14 9.2k 92
8 Feb 2010 5:44PM
Thanks all.
tigertimb 8 40 66 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2010 6:42PM
Excellent shot Cheryl a great composition and that arched branch is wonderful
Tim
csurry 14 9.2k 92
11 Feb 2010 6:35PM
Thanks TIm, unfortunately I can't claim any credit for the choice of branch Wink
Emmog 7 38 1 England
24 Feb 2010 7:56PM
I like the use of a slighter wider angle lens to add more of the Red Squirrel's enivronment
Matt

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