I didn't think I would have time to mess with any photos today but I have to say that I am actually ahead of the game as far as packing is concerned. I even have all my camera gear in order with clean lenses and about 100 gigs of SD cards at the ready.
I know what this means ultimately...that I am going to forget something major since I think I am ready. But I am hoping that in reality I actually finally have the hang of this packing to go on a two-ish week vacation.
Anyhow, I have a friend, who yesterday on Facebook, posted a photo of her hummingbird feeder, or what was left thereof, after the squirrels got to it. Basically, what was left was the hook it was hanging on. Squirrels are relentless, obnoxious, frustrating, destructive, clever and about the cutest little devils on this earth. I had to sympathize, even though we personally have out-squirreled the squirrels and they can't get to our feeders anymore.
So I am looking out the window this morning and see this guy staring in at me. He even waited until I got out my camera, put the long lens on it and snapped a few photos before he decided to get back to his scrounging around for dropped bird seed. I'm not sure what he had in mind, but this is what I decided to do with him. So what if it hurts his squirrely dignity. I don't really give a hoot.
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