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I pnated Morning Glory seeds and this grey and a red have systematically pulled evey seed or seedling and eaten it


animal, tail, thief, grey squirrel

Prize-winning photographer Anne Morrison Smyth grew up in Ripton, VT and in Cambridge, MA. She moved to Belchertown MA. in 1999 after living in Amherst for 30+ years, where she raised her four children. Anne’s love for wildernesses of all kinds informs her work with an intimate, unflinching celebration of the diverse small realities that create a larger truth.

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  • KMorral
    KMorralover 4 years ago

    Oh dear! Sweet capture, even if s/he is a pest!

  • I know, I melt even though I wanted the flowers for the hummingbirds

    – Anne Smyth

  • cieloverde
    cieloverdeover 4 years ago

    Wonderful Captura !

  • thank you, I appreciate that so much

    – Anne Smyth

  • Ann  Van Breemen
    Ann Van Breemenover 4 years ago

    How lovely. How could you be mad with these little cuties?:)

  • they can be awful nuisances but so pretty as well

    – Anne Smyth

  • Magee
    Mageeabout 4 years ago

    Awww!! I’d have a dozen pots freshly planted just so they’d visit. Seeing them would thrill the britches off me, but I take it they’re more of a nuisance to you over there Anne.

  • Anne Smyth
    Anne Smythabout 4 years ago

    we just have so many – these greys, black ones, red ones, and chipmunks and they all like anything I plant. Thanks though

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