- Nestled in Connecticut's "Last Green Valley," the journey continues....
Cute shots of your squirrel friend. I love your pretty header, a gorgeous winter scene! Thanks for joining in on my Saturday's Critters. Have a happy weekend!
What great color they have.. Ours are dullish gray and nothing photogenic like yours... xox
Beautiful photography ~ adorable critter ~ how nice that he/she posed so well ~ thanks, carol, xxx
so stinking cute!
I don't believe I've ever seen a red squirrel in my area ..... just the dull gray ones!Nice shots!diane @ aug's blog
Cute little fellow. I always know when we have a rare red squirrel in the neighbourhood by the chatter.Judith
Cute photos of your squirrel.
Aw, he is adorable.
Those squirrels are beautiful. My daughter was quite intrigued by them when in the US recently.I too love your header as on a day when the mercury is due to reach 41ºC (106ºF) in Perth it has a cooling down effect just to look at it. We are having a heatwave right now and would you believe the Australian and England cricket teams are out there playing cricket with thousands of people sitting out in the sun as spectators. Unbelievable.
Oh my goodness they are cute with a capital C! Lovely shots of them too!
Cute little squirrel! I love your winter scene profile!
I love watching squirrels. We did have one that visited us almost daily. Then one day we found him out near the street where he had crawled up into a plant and died. I am still so sad, as he had become a part of our daily lives. We have no idea what might have caused his death. They are such dear little creatures. Connecticut is such a lovely place. I have a dear friend that lives there.
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