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Fox captured at Bwc recently.
Going on a hospital visit shortly, will catch up later.
Once again Fred great eye contact with this beautiful fox!
Another fine fox image, Fred! Great composition!
A fine portrait of this handsome animal, the eye contact is excellent
Another beauty Fred.
Stunning Fred, brilliant eyes again. Excellent.
Brilliant shot Fred, as John says its those eyes !!!!
Beautiful pose and capture, Fred.
Great pose Fred - I didn't manage to get the whole fox and that super tail!!
Another excellent shot of a beautiful animal, with great eye contact.
belting detail and colour fred a cracker nice one
beautiful fox great colours and good detail.
Very very nice capture of Mr Fox Fred good pose and sharp detailed work.
Another fine foxy image.
Another cracker, Fred. Carol
superb capture with fine detail and a great eye
Quote: Very very nice capture of Mr Fox Fred good pose and sharp detailed work.
Could not say it better Fred.
On to the subject of badgers, I was pleased to hear that the Welsh Assembly, despite the hunting and killing lobby, has opted against the cull theory and will, instead, start a vaccination program in Wales.
The red fox crosses the ice
intent on none of my business.
It’s winter and slim pickings.
I stand in the bushy cemetery,
pretending to watch birds,
but really watching the fox
who could care less.
She pauses on the sheer glare
of the pond. She knows I’m there,
sniffs me in the wind at her shoulder.
If I had a gun or dog
or a raw heart, she’d smell it.
She didn’t get this smart for nothing.
She’s a lean vixen: I can see
the ribs, the sly
trickster’s eyes, filled with longing
and desperation, the skinny
feet, adept at lies.
Why encourage the notion
of virtuous poverty?
It’s only an excuse
for zero charity.
Hunger corrupts, and absolute hunger
or almost. Of course there are mothers,
squeezing their breasts
dry, pawning their bodies,
shedding teeth for their children,
or that’s our fond belief.
and Gretel were dumped in the forest
because their parents were starving.
Sauve qui peut. To survive
we’d all turn thief
and rascal, or so says the fox,
with her coat of an elegant scoundrel,
her white knife of a smile,
who knows just where she’s going:
to steal something
that doesn’t belong to her—
some chicken, or one more chance,
or other life.
An excellent capture Fred,well done..Lin
It is a wonderful shot. They are beautiful animals!
wonderful capture, he looks very graceful
Thanks everyone for all comments and clicks,
what a wonderful expression you have caught here
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