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This image makes use of a deep depth of field and focus on the chipmunk. This place emphasis on the chipmunk. The blur up front creates a feeling of space in front of the chipmunk. A quick shutter speed along with this picture makes the chipmunk look still.
♥ ...just today we got to watch the little squirrel that comes by our suburban backyard find the acorns I hit in the tree branches for him, and he went and buried it under one of our crepe myrtle trees...carefully patting the soil when he was done. Sweet thing to get to watch out our window today as fall comes in...
He would help all the squirrels around and one time when people were cutting down a tree and the squirrels were grabbing there babies and bringing them to my dads yard because they knew they were safe there. He did feed them peanut butter bread so they also knew where to go.