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    "Whatchoo want?"

    While doing some yard maintenance, I spotted this little fella watching us. He didn't seem at all bothered by me, so I went and grabbed the camera.
    All the earth and leaves we had cleared had stirred up the bugs and was providing a feast for him, as he darted in and out, grabbing lunch and sunning himself.

    He turned and looked at me for a while, and I was almost expecting one eyebrow to lift, in a questioning but superior manner and to hear him say "Whatchoo want?" or just "Hmmmmm. You can go now"
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    LOL good pic - does look like sorta checking you out there lol Nice angle also
    Cat (aka Cathy) - Another Canon user - 400D, 18-55,75-300mm Kit Lens,50mm f1.8, Tamron 90mm f2.8 Macro, Sigma 28-70 f2.8-4 DG, Tripod and a willingness to learn
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    Nice and close...maybe too close for my liking, lol
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    That's a beaut pose and your composition leaving some of the leaf litter and sticks in focus works well.

    That is my style of gardening as well, 2 minutes spent working and then distracted so out comes the camera and no more work done.
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    Fantastic shot, love it.
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