Saturday, October 27, 2012

oh, nuts?


one hand                                       the other hand                                                  
both hands
cameracritters

18 comments:

Andy said...

I love the title.

Irene said...

That is a very darkly colored squirrel. Do they all look like that over there? The ones here are reddish brown. In California they are gray. xox

VioletSky said...

we have brown, grey and black ones. I wish we had more of the red ones.

Marleen said...

The squirrel really seems to be posing for the camera. Great shots!

ladyfi said...

So very cute!

bailey-road.com said...

He's really cute. I haven't seen many black squirrels.

SquirrelQueen said...

What a cute little fellow. He does look like he is posing for your camera.

RedPat said...

Cute little guy!

eileeninmd said...

He is a pretty squirrel, great shots!

biebkriebels said...

Those are such cute photos, the last one is the best!

Powell River Books said...

In Bellingham near the hospital you see black squirrels once in a while. I've never been fast enough to get a picture. Thanks for stopping by to comment about Stick Tail and National Cat Day. - Margy

nonizamboni said...

What fun! and what a handsome guy. I've posted a white squirrel today. Hooray for squirrels :O)

Halcyon said...

Grrr.... I hate these guys. They've found a way into my attic now. Calling in the big guns to trap them...

Karen and Gerard said...

I love watching squirrels . . . maybe I'm part dog, but I think they are so cute and funny.

Gabi BK said...

Pretty little thing!

Great shots!

Greets,

Gabi

Linda said...

Cute! Our squirrels are mostly lighter colored here in Virginia.

Laloofah said...

I haven't seen a squirrel that color since visiting a friend near Detroit! I love this series. In that last photo s/he looks like his (her?) little hands were cold!

I know squirrels in an attic can be destructive, but sure hope Halcyon's "big guns" used a humane method to catch and relocate the squirrels in the attic!

VioletSky said...

Laloofah - I am pretty sure it a 'he' ;)

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