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Red squirrel while walking to work this morning. There were two of them fighting for territory and, therefore, mates. I found it impossible to shoot them while moving; they moved far to fast and erratically when chasing one-another.
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May be a mom soon.
 

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I have been seeing a lot of black squirrels with red tails lately. Typically there are only black squirrels and gray squirrels around here. Last year there was one red squirrel that was hanging around for awhile. It appears he may have left his mark.
 

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Sneaky sneaky.

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Not planning for a rainy day.
 

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I like the rodents, but that busy bokeh from the 40-150 with the MC-14 drives me nuts!
I just picked up the MC-14 the other day and I've been trying to give it a work out. I noticed that too in some images. I wondered if it had anything to do with the stabilization. It seems that if the background is far enough behind the subject it becomes a non-issue.
 

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This guy should be called a chirpmunk. He must have spotted something that concerned him because he was in a constant state of chirp, making it easy to catch him mid-chirp in this image.
 

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