What Are You Looking At???
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|I went to the local park to see if there were any squirrels about so I could try out my new zoom lens. This was the only one, a Douglas Tree Squirrel. The Douglas squirrel, or chickaree (Tamiasciurus douglasii) measures 10 to 14 inches in length, including its tail. Its upper parts are reddish-or brownish-gray, and its underparts are orange to yellowish. The Douglas squirrel is found in stands of fir, pine, cedar, and other conifers in the Cascade Mountains and western parts of Washington & Oregon.|
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- [2006-02-07 13:18]
Hallo Julie , dit is ook een prachtige foto van de eekhoorn ook de pov en de dof heel mooi , groeten Teunie .
ha ,jolie photo julie
l'ecureuil qui regarde dans l'appareil c'est bien vu.
je repasserais demain pour les points.