Return Of The Not So Secret Squirrel

Last year when walking in a park I was caught unawares by the “Not So Secret Squirrel”.
Well he returned or one of his friends did. I was out shooting for my Easter project (to be shared in due course) and was surprised to see a squirrel at arms length from me.

Return Of Secret Squirrel 1

ISO 800 160mm f5.6 1/160 Edited In Lightroom

 

He was a little skittish and would come close and then back quite far away. He was nearly always in motion, climbing or running around me.

 

Return Of Secret Squirrel 2

ISO800 160mm f8 1/125 Edited in Lightroom

 

There were a few moments when he stopped to dig or just look around.

 

Return Of Secret Squirrel 3

ISO800 160mm f8 1/200 Edited in Lightroom

 

This was my favourite shot of him before he ran off up a tree, I am sure to eat some well deserved nuts after his modeling.

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4 thoughts on “Return Of The Not So Secret Squirrel

  1. Red Squirrels are so much more charismatic than the Grey Squirrels. The squirrel was the symbol of the Tufty Club, of which I was a proud member in primary school in the early 60s. The last shot is definitely the best. I wish we had them around here. I am surprised you got so close.

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