To JPlumb: Squirrel in-flight photos !CeltickRanger::2012-04-05 9:38
Hello John

As you had the experience it is difficult to capture
in-flight or in-jump the squirrels, they are really fast
when they decide to jump you have to be ready to focus
and shoot the photo and the red ones are even more faster,
the grey one it leaves you a second or 2 to be ready the red
one once he is at the branch to his jump at the fraction
of second he jump. 2 or 3 times the red one gives me
shaking to my hands, the camera in my hands i was shaking
because very fast and i couldn't be as fast as them
and also because of the excitement i had at that moments.

After my Squirrel in jump shooting many times i returned
at home with a big pain on my back, because i wanted to be
at their level (like on this photo). In 2 postings it will
be my photo #850 in TN and it is one of my other best
squirrel in-flight photos, this time a Red Squirrel.

Merci et bonne journée

Asbed
Canada
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To JPlumb: Squirrel in-flight photos ! CeltickRanger Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3415 W: 71 N: 9937] (37400)::2012-04-05 09:38