Eating Some Peanuts

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The squirrels at all the parks have entertained us this year. Many walkers bring seeds and nuts along to feed the squirrels which makes them very friendly when other walkers pass by. I still practice some caution, however, because those teeth have no problem cutting through some hard shells on the nuts they find.

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        1. Excellent. I like this mirrorless camera but the lens selection is small at this time. I have the 18-200mm long extension telephoto zoom, the 55-210mm telephoto zoom and the 18-55mm telephoto zoom. I hardly ever use the 18-55. The 18-200mm is my walkaround lens and supplies around 80% of the shots on my blog. The 55-210 makes a bit sharper image but you can’t use it for wide angle shots.

          The reviews I have read consider the camera to be at the high-end amateur photographer level. The price difference from amateur status to pro status is significant! Sony has the 6300 version out now and it costs quite a bit more too. You can still get the 6000 though so I waited until B&H put it on sale and I bought it from them last year.

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          1. Thanks, Dennis! For your generous sharing! โ˜บ๏ธ๐Ÿค— will keep in mind.
            For buying electronics, my fav. place ( when I can ! ๐Ÿ˜„) is Singapore. Your kind info is helping me a lot. ๐Ÿ˜Š wishing you a great week ahead!

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  1. Your photo is perfect. And I’m anti squirrel as they’ve eaten through my box gutter and trying to move back in my house again. Wildlife Control very busy here, ugh. But a great picture.

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