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    Quote Originally Posted by DanoPhoto View Post
    Wow, John. That 600 is sharp!
    yep, but for the price of that lens I would want an unfocused image to be sharp :-)

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    Got this shot while testing my new 100L Macro lens on Christmas day. I wish we had a little snow falling like in Dave's picture.


    IMG_4390.jpg by EricPvpi2, on Flickr

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    I like the pose, Eric. I wonder if the squirrel species is different in Maryland than northern Illinois? Was the guy you photographed kind of small?

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    This is right under our bird feeder, so they all have the same pose . Here is one from March 2012, he looks slightly larger than the first. Different lens, but the feeder poles look close in size between the two.


    IMG_0003.jpg by EricPvpi2, on Flickr

    Easter Gray Squirrel is what we have here. I think they can get to 20 inches (with tail) and 1.5 pounds.

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    Here's one of my backyard bird food raiders, scoping the feeder from long range. Taken with 1DX + 500mm + 2X TC.


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    here are a couple of little guys that i got while bear hunting. they are quite curious and come very close.
    taken with my t4i and 18-135 kit lense

    IMG_6704 by sedwards679, on Flickr

    IMG_6698 by sedwards679, on Flickr
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    technicaly not a squirel , but pretty close lol

    _MG_7033 by sedwards679, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by sedwards View Post
    technicaly not a squirel , but pretty close lol

    _MG_7033 by sedwards679, on Flickr
    I'm sure he can run much faster than the squirrels without the stripes ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    Here's one of my backyard bird food raiders, scoping the feeder from long range. Taken with 1DX + 500mm + 2X TC.

    Special Ops is moving in!
    Arnt

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    I struggled to get a clear shot of this red squirrel high up in a pine tree. It eventually plucked up the courage to come down to ground level just a few feet in front of me.


    Eurasian Red Squirrel by Andrew Stringer, on Flickr


    Eurasian Red Squirrel by Andrew Stringer, on Flickr

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