Discussion in 'Off Topic Area' started by YODA, Mar 14, 2007.
Some Reds today...
Nikon D200 : Nikon 70-200mm F2.8 VR with x1.4 - Low light - hence ISO800!
AWWWWWWW! How cute! But squirrels are nasty little buggers, they chase you and then gouge your eyes out!
Now where is my rifle and hanging wires?
Actually they say that those rodents taste nice. A good source of food in the countryside if you are out living off the land.
Well you can starve if you are out there, or put aside the Tufty squirrel and get a few to make sure you keep going.
apart from that, they look good and apart from the fleas, they are fun to watch.
Oooh reds, where did you find those Yoda?
Great pics YODA!!!
Some how some way I'll get the handle on this digital camera I have now. It's a great lil camera, but I'm befuddled on the differences from an SLR to a digital.
I think its Formby, the squirrels there eat out of your hand.
Ahh yeah of course,there's a colony of reds there isn't there!
Nice work. Gotta say the first one is my favorite. Lovely use of the depth of field on that shot to seperate the subject from the background. No small task given the color of the subject.
The ISO 800 adds to the mood on this shot actually. Do you think you'd have seen any noticeable different is you had shot this on say... Fujipress 800 film?
There's reds in most of the parks in Glasgow. If you're really lucky you can even see some dear. Pollocks a good place for dear. They're hard to spot though. The greys are the ones that come begging and stealing. Damned Americans!!!
those looked too scrawny to eat.
Yes they would be bony, prety annoying to eat unless I were an owl.
Its Formby I recognise the soil. I like it on a windy day because its silent in the woods and noisy out of them.
MMMMMMMMMMMM brunswick stew!!
What is this "film" you speak of?
As has been said - Formby!
But - there is a small breeding colony of reds here in Wigan - very hush hush!
So buy a Digital SLR
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