Wordless Wednesday – wrong aperture!

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18 comments

  1. Cute Sammy Squirrel, Sue. I really should read something about aperture and depth of field. All my photos are hit or miss. Sometimes I’m lucky. 🙂

  2. He looks like he is holding an invisible nut, in that bottom photo.
    Regards, Pete.

  3. They’re like little people when they stand up, really cute!

  4. Never let it be said! The one that got away 🙂 🙂 But very cute.

  5. My first sighting of a squirrel is still exciting. They belong in stories and fables. I haven’t fed any yet, but I’ve had a few run up my leg in hope! If I’d taken these photos I’d have been ecstatic and oblivious of (to?) aperture failings

  6. You were quick on the draw or shooting from the hip!!! at least you caught him. He is so cute.

  7. He seems to like you and your camera. *smile

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