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nonur Plus
9 17 13 Turkey
12 Jan 2018 7:09AM
Well caught, David. Very alert posture. The way it looks towards you is remarkable.

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12 Jan 2018 7:24AM
Well captured.
franken Plus
15 4.5k 4 United Kingdom
12 Jan 2018 9:16AM
Lovely wildlife capture.

Ken.
12 Jan 2018 9:42AM
Wonderfully captured, lovely shot.

JoeSmile
Excellent capture David
DaveN
Maiwand Plus
11 3 73 England
12 Jan 2018 2:14PM
Excellent capture. He really looks as if he is going hunting.
Ron
13 Jan 2018 10:43PM
He's very obliging showing you his tail in this head-on shot. TFS the background info. They came into my barn hunting rats, I would often find just the rat's snout left, even foxes cant chew rats teeth! I once came barging through the barn door to come face to face with a fox frozen in panic at my feet. I just smiled at him, then he ran for his life. I love these critters, right up there with otters. Dare I tell this story? I was alone at my farm in deep winter, very cold, frozen in an arctic air mass. I like to sleep in my birthday suit
(a necessary point), When the wood stove needed stoking, I left my birthday suit on and nimbly pranced to the woodshed. I went crashing through the door, a huge Norwegian rat jumped straight up in the air from atop the garbage can and as we met, we collided and the rat grabbed my ((^%*). I could feel his not so tiny claws hanging on like to a rope ( I'm not bragging, a small short rope then), I heard this primal grunt! ( it was me having an out of body experience, the grunt was from me.) I screamed and the rat took off (not taking anything I treasured with it) in one direction and I bolted into the house in the opposite direction. That is my 'there I was rat story'.

Dven, you surpassed yourself with this capture. I can feel the stop-motion where the fox seems frozen in indecision. Very well captured.

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