Posts Tagged ‘Squirrel’
A Squirrel Call Video for National Squirrel Appreciation Day January 21st, 2012
In honor of National Squirrel Appreciation Day I thought I’d post this short video of a squirrel making some sort of mating call. I captured this when I was in Charlottesville, Virginia on December 5th, 2011. If that doesn’t satisfy your need for squirrel images, try browsing the old squirrel tag.
Fat Squirrel December 10th, 2011
Taken on December 4th, 2011.
Acrobatic Squirrel May 11th, 2011
Squirrel Reach March 13th, 2011
Taken on February 27th, 2011.
Baby Squirrel Foraging January 30th, 2011
Squirrel Hanging Out January 29th, 2011
As many of you are aware, I pertinaciously take squirrel portraits. The subjects are usually a selection from the dray of squirrels that occupy the tree outside my window. I am easily distracted by their antics and yesterday I rushed to grab my camera as one hung upside down to nab a winter treat. It’s a terrible photograph, but a nice moment.
The Adventures of the Irreverent Squirrel – Part Two January 27th, 2010
Yesterday’s post, about my squirrel picture on wikipedia leading to some beautiful original artwork in the Philippines, is actually not the only resurfacing of that image.
In December, I got an email from a woman in Australia (who somehow could pick out my specific squirrel picture from memory) about how she noticed it was on a local TV show. Apparently, an ABC show about zombies used my photo as part of the backstory behind the series, cleverly named ‘Zombies.’
The show is only viewable online from Australia (unfortunately, I think it has expired) and I was able to watch the first part of the episode. According to Zombies, my furry friend was responsible for transferring the zombie brain-virus to humans in rural Kentucky, hastening the apocalypse. Oops.