Chipmunk Photography

These animal photography posts have become my most viewed posts on my blog and I would like to officially announce this as a new ongoing series. As of now, I do not know exactly how long this series of posts will be so if you can comment on what you think that would be fantastic! Thank you!

This week’s feature animal is the Chipmunk. You might see these cute little rodents all the time depending on where you live. According to National Geographic:

“Of the 25 species of chipmunks, all but one, Asia’s Eutamias sibiricus, is found in North America. Ranging from Canada to Mexico, they are generally seen scampering through the undergrowth of a variety of environments from alpine forests to shrubby deserts. Some dig burrows to live in, complete with tunnels and chambers, while others make their homes in nests, bushes, or logs.”

National Geographic

Here is the “Eutamias Sibiricus” chipmunk in my photos below!

I have a cropped in version of the middle picture below, as suggested by TasView! Thanks so much for the suggestion, I think that it improved the photo a ton!

Chipmunk on the Run! by Digital Wonders & Smiles is licensed under CC BY-NC 4.0

Hope you enjoyed this post. Learn more about Chipmunks here if you want! Also, for more chipmunk photos visit this blog for some adorable photos!

Thanks for reading! Comment on which one you think is your favorite and also what you think about my new animal photography series!

-Digital Wonders & Smiles

Published by Digital Wonders and Smiles

I am a photographer, writing a photography blog here on WordPress. I am based in the USA and take photos in my hometown. I also occasionally travel both domestically and internationally and write photoblog posts and make videos about these trips! On my blog, I cover everything from mobile photography to dslr photography to photography techniques for anyone!

6 thoughts on “Chipmunk Photography

  1. I like the middle image because of the low camera angle, natural background and action. As a suggestion, it could be cropped some more to focus on the subject 🙂 Everyone loves animals, you can’t go wrong with posts about them.

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