Cute shots of the squirrels!
I love the expression in the 3d shot. LOL!
They are cute little fellows. Naughty, but cute. We don't see them much around the house here; they tend to stick to the woods.
Those are some great shots Sue. We don't have as many squirrels as we used to have since the hurricanes and disease took out some pines.How is your kitchen renovation coming along?FlowerLady
So so so cute!!!
Heidi doesn't run off your squirrels? Buffy chases ours and if Ike the cat is hungry -- watch out, squirrels!
That one where he's turned, facing the camera, looking directly at us is just plain awesome.Here is my C C...do hope you can stop by sometime today.
Great shots of the squirrels. They're such cute little things.
Those spoiled little squirrels are so cute. I like to watch them just as long as they do not eat my bulbs.Have a wonderful weekend Sue.
You know...I think God made squirrels extremely cute to help cover up what pests they can be in the garden ;^)
Those darn cute squirrels! heheheee
Great critter shots Sue! Your little guy seems to be a cross between a red and gray??? Not my favorite critters but I am sure they have their purpose... GRRRR! I love your header photo! ;>) Carol
Love your pictures! And love the spring countdown at the top of the page...each time I come to your blog I realize spring WILL arrive soon. Thanks. xx
The squirrel in the last pic is really a fuzzy little critter! Very cute, great pictures. We have our share of squirrels here, too.
Love the 3rd picture, so cute!
Wow Sue - your squirrel photos are awesome! We used to have a family of squirrels but I haven't had many sightings recently - just occasionally I'll see one on the fence sharing the bird seed. I don't know what happened. I kind of miss them.
you really got some great shots
Great pics of that character.
Yes they are great to take photos of..........BUT everyone knows by now that they are a thorn in my side...
Great Entry! God Bless!
wow, great shots of the squirrels! We had some fun today watching a squirrel figure out how to navigate our 2 feet of freshly fallen snow - he just jumped right in - I have no idea how he'd get out of there...am a little concerned, but I'm sure animals have a way of figuring it out, right?
Truly wonderful photos!
cute squirrel. I can almost hear the squeak ...
we just have grey squirrels around here - they're not as cute as your lovely red ones.
That second close-up is great, Sue! They do bring color into the garden :)
He/she doesn't look especially friendly in the third photo. Your new header photo could not be more perfect for this time of year. A little bit of winter, a little bit of fall and a most welcome bit of spring. I changed my header to a picture of Phillip and friend at the beach because snow scenes are getting monotonous. donna
Squirrels. Sigh. Love and hate 'em. They are little eating machines and a terror on the bird feeders but doggone it their so cute and sociable. I have a conflicted relationship with them. Cute little things though, so cute. :-)
I love that third photo the most! Looks like he KNOWS you are watchingCuteCameron
so lovely, Hope it doesn't do damage in your garden.
Hi Sue! Those are GREAT photos! :-)
Delightful pictures!! This little guy is not camera shy at all :)
Great photos, Sue! I think this little guy is hoping for a modeling contract:) Hope things are going well with the kitchen...I love your Hoosier cabinet!
They do have the cutest mannerisms and actions that endear them to us! Boy are they pests, though....Great photos...gail
Such fabulous shots of the squirrel! must be quite a experience growing in such conditions.Here in India fortunately there is no snow season and whole 12 month's is growing season!RegardsRaj
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