Occupied - canon 20d w/85mm

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  • jt

    Very nice B&W. The DOF in this shot is super.

    2006-12-03

  • Darren Squashic

    A black squirrel? Cool!

    2006-12-03

  • Ash

    Great capture!

    2006-12-03

  • zora

    Perfecto timing.

    2006-12-03

  • susan B.

    love it.

    2006-12-04

  • Ries

    So cute so nice. Very well captured, good timing.

    2006-12-04

  • Robert

    The dark squirrel makes you stop and go "Huh...?" I think the B&W also helps bring out the texture in the bench and ground.

    2006-12-04

  • JD

    is the squirrel dark due to channel mixer or is it a red squirrel???

    love the treatment anyway ;)

    2006-12-04

  • Craig

    DOF and perspective are real nice Miles. Nice shot of the little fella.

    2006-12-04

  • bryan

    What an evil looking little animal. Looks like he's waiting to maul an unsuspecting jogger. Nice contrast.

    2006-12-04

  • WuKa

    Thats good. Really like it because look like cracked by pencil. It pushesh me to keep attencion on the shepes no colours.

    2006-12-04

  • Ismo

    Black squirrels on Mirkwood park benches -- Tolkien would have loved this! Great capture, seems like 6x6 format.

    2006-12-04

  • Kennie

    What can I say ... Perfect! A really nice capture.

    2006-12-04

  • Judith Polakoff

    Beautiful shot. I love it when they stand up to have a look around. :)

    2006-12-04

  • micki

    This one is cute, but that's because he's not hangin' off of one of my birdfeeder stuffin' his little chubby cheeks full of sunflower seeds.

    2006-12-04

  • micvhael singer

    i love squirrels. so cute. this photo makes him look like a fluffy toy!
    i also like the framing of this shot, the tree in the background, a symbol of this animal's home.

    2006-12-05

  • Rodion Kovenkin

    Amazing! I like the angle, the dof and how u turn it to bw. very well done.

    2006-12-05

  • Steve W

    Very cute, great detail and sharpness - looks great in B&W.

    2006-12-05

  • therese

    Wonderful!

    2006-12-06