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Old Jan 9, 2013, 8:11 AM   #1
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Default Some small furries

I have 12 rescue ferrets, they make for challenging photography as the hardly keep still long enough!



















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awh very cute little expressions!
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Cute shots, love that first one.

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Thanks, sorted some of the Hare's too, taken with standard lens, think some of the pics may have even been with my Oly bridge camera. Quality not very good though as cam doesn't like moving things, i wish i had a kit to take me pics like some of the amazing ones in the wildlife section!





















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Cute set of pictures but then again I love animals especially one I don't have to clean up after each day.
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haha! yes the amount of poop i have to clean on a daily basis is a little overwhelming at times, but totally worth it to see them playing and being silly, brightens up the bad days
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Looks like you are running a mini zoo.

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You are not the first to say, we used to focus on exotics, reptiles and inverts etc, but the past year i've steered more towards the furred kind, still have a few of the snakes and lizards though, yet to really photograph them properly though
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