Chipmunk Hiding From Camera

This chipmunk wanted to see no camera, hear no camera – then a giant flash bulb drove him NUTS. The tiny rodent settled on a comfy stump before being startled by a photographer in a garden in Delaware, Ohio, USA. The Eastern Chipmunk was right at home in the garden of Mark Hardymon, 45, who caught his hilarious expressions on film. A keen photographer, he tempts birds and other wildlife to the garden with seeds, the cute little thing’s favourite food.

This chipmunk wanted to see no camera, hear no camera - then a giant flash bulb drove him NUTS. The tiny rodent settled on a comfy stump before being startled by a photographer in a garden in Delaware, Ohio, USA. The Eastern Chipmunk was right at home in the garden of Mark Hardymon, 45, who caught his hilarious expressions on film. A keen photographer, he tempts birds and other wildlife to the garden with seeds, the cute little thing's favourite food.

This chipmunk wanted to see no camera, hear no camera - then a giant flash bulb drove him NUTS. The tiny rodent settled on a comfy stump before being startled by a photographer in a garden in Delaware, Ohio, USA. The Eastern Chipmunk was right at home in the garden of Mark Hardymon, 45, who caught his hilarious expressions on film. A keen photographer, he tempts birds and other wildlife to the garden with seeds, the cute little thing's favourite food.

This chipmunk wanted to see no camera, hear no camera - then a giant flash bulb drove him NUTS. The tiny rodent settled on a comfy stump before being startled by a photographer in a garden in Delaware, Ohio, USA. The Eastern Chipmunk was right at home in the garden of Mark Hardymon, 45, who caught his hilarious expressions on film. A keen photographer, he tempts birds and other wildlife to the garden with seeds, the cute little thing's favourite food.

This chipmunk wanted to see no camera, hear no camera - then a giant flash bulb drove him NUTS. The tiny rodent settled on a comfy stump before being startled by a photographer in a garden in Delaware, Ohio, USA. The Eastern Chipmunk was right at home in the garden of Mark Hardymon, 45, who caught his hilarious expressions on film. A keen photographer, he tempts birds and other wildlife to the garden with seeds, the cute little thing's favourite food.