Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Wordless Wednesday - Little Squirrel Diva



Taken at the San Francisco Botanical Gardens

21 comments:

Kass said...

Love how you captured the fluffy tail!

RNSANE said...

That is really a sweet picture. Looks like she's got a nice sunny spot in the gardens.

Tabib said...

Lovely cute little Diva!

Bangchik said...

Beautiful...., when food is in abundance, there is no worry!! No hurry too!

~bangchik

Mumsy said...

Cute little diva who is busy doing her own thing!

jakill said...

That's cute. And what a banquet for her (must be a her if she's a diva).

Ann said...

what a cute little squirrel.

Priyanka Bhowmick said...

how cute!! =)

B.Held said...

Completely adorable!

rainfield61 said...

It looks smart and cute.

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

I think squirrel is the cutest animal on the planet. What do you think?

VanillaSeven said...

Love the fluffy tail! as if as she standing on the stage as a Diva :)

AVCr8teur said...

Looks like she's gotten used to people and is not bothering to look up to see who's there.

Self Sagacity said...

she is indeed. Nice capture Joanne. Thanks for your visit today.

SquirrelQueen said...

I saw you post title on Icy's blog roll and had to come over for a visit.

She is so cute, and definitely a diva. She seems to be enjoying her goodies.

My wordless is also a squirrel if you would like to take a peek. http://squirrelqueen2.blogspot.com/2010/04/camera-shy.html

Ronald D. Isom Artist,poet, said...

I love the way squirrels move. The “herky jerky” movements and constant searching are captivating to watch.

DoanLegacy said...

Love how you capture the tail all curved up like that!

Ratty said...

I like your little gray squirrel! The way they always try to find a platform to sit on while they eat is so fun to see.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Thanks to all for viewing my little diva. They are so cute and I love to share them all with you. Thanks always for your kind words and comments.

Anonymous said...

Jo,
I love squirrels so this is a treat. Call me crazy but we have some that are very tame here. I feed them peanut butter sandwiches twice a day. They go to the tree and will take the sandwich right out of my hand. It keeps them out of my feeder. They tend to eat and run. LOL
Smiles,
Chey

lina said...

Such cute little diva.