Baby Raccoon Standing

Stats and Info
Score: 16.68
Views: 351
Member: alandrapal
Your Rating
Thank You! Your rating has been saved.

About This Image

this is the baby of the blind mama raccoon, playing in the water on our front patio, when it was smaller.


alandrapal - Nov 29, 2008 06:24 AM EDT
glad you like it, Alan, many thanks. He is a very cute little varmint :) Lately there's been an even smaller/younger baby around here too, with its mother. It's strange to see such a small baby at this time of year, - sure hope it will survive the winter. The little one in this photo is quite a good size now.
bubbalinn - Nov 28, 2008 06:48 PM EDT
What a wonderful photo of the young one having fun and getting clean.
alandrapal - Nov 15, 2008 03:56 AM EDT
thanks Janice, it's such a cute little beggar.
sparkle1103 - Nov 10, 2008 02:02 PM EDT
Beautiful shot. Keep up the shots coming.
alandrapal - Nov 09, 2008 04:06 AM EDT
Mary, thanks about the 40D, to answer your questions, - I've had it for about a year now and really like it, altho there are some things I haven't even tried yet, like the live view :) I did keep the 20D,-- thought it would be a good idea to have it set up with another lens, all ready to take photos, - but to be honest, haven't used it much since getting the 40D, which I believe seems sharper.
alandrapal - Nov 09, 2008 04:03 AM EDT
many thanks everyone, Karen, Beverly and Mary. This baby is very appealing, but he/she seems quite fierce towards others, even towards the larger ones :) Guess it's had to be able to defend itself, having a mama who is blind. I haven't seen the blind mama for a couple of days, hope she's okay.
Karen Moen - Nov 07, 2008 06:51 PM EDT
Beautiful close-up of a soggy baby! Very cute!!
talsi - Nov 07, 2008 01:13 PM EDT
Such a sweet image - nice catchlight
marysham - Nov 07, 2008 12:05 PM EDT
Beauatiful! I like the clarity and detail. Congrats on the 40D and lens. Did you trade your camera in or keep it?

Add A Comment About This Image

Comment Title:
Your Name:
Your Comment:
Please enter the text from the image in the box below: