Tuesday, January 27, 2009

squirrel in st anne's well gardens

5 comments:

Dahab said...

Hmmmm... If you look closer, you'll notice the Sciurus carolinensis better known as the eastern grey squirrel, expertly levitating over the branches of the tree, it's little paws immpecably positioned to maintain the careful balance needed to achieve this hard earned skill after at least a dozen days of training (6 squirrel years). :p

Anonymous said...

I'm a little suspicious of why you were hanging round a darkened park with a camera in the first place.

That squirrel said...

Also, I don't remember you asking my permission to take that photo :-(

d e b b i e said...

cute.
once i was on the train to lewes and saw a squirrel in a tree with no fur on it's tail. it was more like a tree rat (poor thing!)

Vic said...

Squirrel Nutkins!