They Call Me "Mr. No Fear"

Didn't go much more than 5 feet up the tree and then turned to study me. He was as curious as I was.

It's been nearly 3 weeks and today was a strange one - couldn't stop working - had to stay busy. I apologize for not doing well with commenting - but I have been looking and enjoying each night. Some days I just can't get my thoughts to paper. Hopefully this will get better.
Great pose and expression.

Give yourself time to grieve Milanie, it is still very soon. Do what you can when you are up to it, remember to take care of yourself. Thinking of you during these difficult times.
posted May 17th, 2017  
Sweet squirrel. You can only get through one day at a time, some days will be easier than others. That's okay, you've got plenty of time to get things done, take care of yourself, dear.
posted May 17th, 2017  
I'm so glad you have your photography to help you along your journey. Truly one day (and night) at a time. I think we all understand. Your squirrel friend is adorable and I love the catchlight!
posted May 17th, 2017  
I think this is a great closeup shot and love the composition. So sorry to hear about the passing of you husband. I will say a prayer for you.
posted May 17th, 2017  
Oh Milanie, I didn't know. I am so sorry for your loss and wish I knew the right thing to say. Hugs
posted May 17th, 2017  
I'm amazed that you are even posting. I'm not sure I could pull that off. May your squirrels, flowers, and birds support you during this hard time
posted May 17th, 2017  
Great shot on this fellow. Just keep doing what your doing as you can. It just takes time and the more you can stay busy, the better off you'll be.
posted May 17th, 2017  
I get a kick out of their facial expressions. Take care.
posted May 17th, 2017  
Great shot with nice focus and details...cute little critter :)
posted May 17th, 2017  
Beautiful image. Only natural that you've lost your focus a bit. One day at a time, you're doing brilliantly. xx
posted May 17th, 2017  
An adorable capture and immediate fav. Take care.
posted May 17th, 2017  
A wonderful capture of this sweet squirrel. A fave for me. You do what is good for you Milanie. It is good that you have photography to help you through this. Take care of yourself.
posted May 17th, 2017  
Very sorry to hear about your loss, my thoughts to you. It's good that you can get this candid shot of a always cheeky animal, such a rich coat, all the best
posted May 17th, 2017  
A lovely capture , take care be kind to yourself
posted May 17th, 2017  
Cute
posted May 17th, 2017  
Wish we had them here.Lovely capture.Looks like he,s posing for you.fav
posted May 17th, 2017  
Great shot! So glad that you returned to your love of photography - it will see you through the tough times.
posted May 17th, 2017  
Great close up! So cute!
posted May 17th, 2017  
Great capture.
posted May 17th, 2017  
I love the expression on that cute little face :)
posted May 17th, 2017  
Your squirrel looks like he's posing for you! Please take care, thinking of you.
posted May 17th, 2017  
Lovely shot - take care!
posted May 17th, 2017  
Three weeks is no time at all. Good to keep busy and to keep taking your wonderful photographs.
posted May 17th, 2017  
Wonderfully cheeky, lovely focus and capture, fav
posted May 17th, 2017  
Love that expression. Great capture
posted May 17th, 2017  
What a sweetie! He isn't camera shy!
posted May 18th, 2017  
Another exquisite capture. Amazing detail. I can't imagine your pain but believe it will diminish over time.
posted May 18th, 2017  
Great capture
posted May 18th, 2017  
I had gotten a bit off track with your photos and was jumping around to ones I hadn't seen and stumbled upon this. I am so sorry to hear about your loss- it must be so hard. You are not alone- there are several people I follow who have lost a special person (one her husband) in the past year or two. Mourning is most definitely a process so give yourself plenty of time and grace to walk through it. Although I know it's different when your parent dies, there are still times that I go through when I can't put two and two together. Then I realize I'm missing one or both of my parents and I just let it be what it is. You will be in my prayers and I pray there will be loved ones and friends with you to help ease the sorrow.
posted May 20th, 2017  
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