20. Theme 229 ~Paws~

We went walking yesterday and came across these paw prints in the snow.  I’m not sure if they belong to a squirrel  but I know they don’t belong to Benjamin!Paws

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  1. The prints in the snow are wonderful – giving you just a tantalizing hint of the creature with the paws!

  2. I love this! Very unique.

  3. Great interpretation of the theme and the very successful picture. Snow is hard to do justice to the photo. 🙂

  4. It is a swell shot, snow is hard and one redeeming quality I can think of is the chance to see tracks.

  5. Great quality! Now…I hope there were more otherwise that would be listed under unusual or creepy? lol anyway great photo

  6. Could be a mink, or ferret or the like. Good shot, nice contrasts. Snow is hard to photograph.

  7. Such a great find for the theme…………..and so sweet.

    Yes, I’m also impressed with your exposure and quality of photo here in the snow.

  8. Sure look like bear tracks to me!! Great photograph.

  9. Beautiful picture, Madelaine!

  10. You were able to capture these in snow!!!! Very sharp…

  11. Great capture, Madelaine. The prints are surprisingly distinct.

  12. Super idea for the theme. No, I definitely don’t think that’s Benjamin’s paws! 🙂 Great find!

  13. Great image I think it must be fascinating seeing all the signs in the snow and trying to figure out what made them. The first time one of my Army mates from Nor Force in Darwin showed me the difference between a snake trail and a goanna trail it opened up a whole new world for me.

  14. Great shot of the pawprints in the snow! I’d like to know what made them, too. The texture of this photo is nice.


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