The Confrontation

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© Robert Miller
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Q: I am really into my wildlife photography but cannot afford a super zoom lens, I have a 300mm and am considering a teleconvertor. Has anybody had a experience with these and would you recommend them?

A: Do you know?

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“After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even one's own relations”

Oscar Wilde

I found it just amazing when I watched this squirrel scramble up the tree. Then, he peeked around the trunk and watched this young Red-Tail Hawk eating you got it another squirrel.

Then when the squirrel ventured out on the limb, I wondered has this squirrel gone nuts. Perhaps, that was his his buddy squirrel that had a grave dinner invitation. I could hear the Hawk thinking come a little closer my friend.

The squirrel is a candidate for the Darwin Awards, if the hawk had not already almost finished his meal he would have certainly been on the hawk's dinner plate.

7 responses

  • Harsh Wardhan

    Harsh Wardhan said (8 Dec 2007):

    beautiful capture of the moment

  • Daniela Santisteban

    Daniela Santisteban gave props (10 Dec 2007):

    I wish the squirrel was darker so it wouldn't blend in as much with the background, but great work nonetheless!!

  • Steve Cherry

    Steve Cherry said (23 Dec 2007):

    Truly a spilt-second interaction - I bet that did not last long.

  • Christopher Long

    Christopher Long gave props (27 Dec 2007):

    Stunning capture

  • Sean Hall

    Sean Hall gave props (30 Jan 2008):

    nice capture.

  • Jennifer Rowe

    Jennifer Rowe gave props (14 Aug 2008):

    what a moment!

  • Ævar B. Jak.

    Ævar B. Jak. gave props (22 Dec 2008):

    Great catch, beautiful photo!!

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