How did you capture that picture? He is really orange. Cute!!!
He is colored a pretty orange and bright. All our squirrels are gray. Yep, I have had itches I can't scratch. lol I am still amazed at this great shot...could win a prize in a contest. Hugs
What a cute little orange squirrel. Ours are all grey.
Beautiful new Header pic of a lady Cardinal!Oh yes, we get those unreachable itches, more and more, as we get older. -giggles- That's what Marriage is for. Someone around, to reach it, for you! ,-)Poor squirrel, his bright color probably attracts more fleas. -Bleah- ,-)
Why is it that when I have to scratch my back, I cannot reach the spot that itches? I finally got me a backscratcher, which I use occasionally to hit that "sweet spot". Cindy laughs at me every time she sees me use it. Nice Photo!
Today is squirrel post day in DFW area. :) I just love this shot!!!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE that new camera of yours! :)
He may seem even more orange than usual because of the sun high lighting him! I hope you find some photography places to enter your photos. The headers you feature on your blog would all win a ribbon! In my book, anyway! Have you entered photos at the State Fair?
How in the world did you ever catch that on camera? That's great! Unfortunately, our pecan orchard is overrun with squirrels and out-witting the dogs. Anyone for squirrel stew?
Great photos - well captured. He is a bright little fellow isn't he. A x
I noticed that orange color, too. I just thought that's how squirrels were made in Texas!
Adorable--loved seeing the "rest" of the story on this little beauty.
That is hilarious. Maybe you need to find him a teensy, weensy little squirrel back scratcher!
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