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'DINNER'

By suzieosman
Taken at feeding time at the BWC on Sunday....I loved the way his eyes watched the chick till it fell to the ground, then he grabbed it and ran off.....I know the chick is blurred but I wanted to get the focus on the fox.....Hope you like it....Thanks for all your lovely comments on my last upload. As always all comments/criticisms gratefully accepted...Sue

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: karenpics, IanA, csurry and 16 more


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Comments


15 Mar 2005 10:30AM
Great eyes! The focused predator.

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IanA 12 3.0k 12 England
15 Mar 2005 10:34AM
Well caught Suz.

Ian
csurry 14 9.2k 92
15 Mar 2005 10:57AM
Is that old hop along. Sure he is only doing that for sympathy (like most men, only little scratch and their dying).

I love the way the chick is, reminds me of the old Tom and Jerry cartoon about the musketeers. Where the other little mouse keeps pretending to be dead (no pretending for the chick though)
brian1208 Plus
13 11.1k 12 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2005 11:03AM
Good well focused action Sue. (Cheryl - you're just hard, everyone knows men are sensitive souls! Smile

Brian
jeanie Plus
12 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2005 11:03AM
A good action shot Suzi.

Jeanie
maljohns 12 431 Wales
15 Mar 2005 11:07AM
Like this one, well caught.

Mal.
john short 12 25 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2005 1:49PM
The blur of the chic adds to the image. the fox is still the focus and excellently photographed..........I'd be proud of this image it's excellent
Hoffy Plus
11 262 16 England
15 Mar 2005 2:08PM
Run it's a chicken, great capture.

Paul
glazzaro 11 70 23 United States
15 Mar 2005 5:35PM
Well done! Spot on! CLick!!!

Greg
hobbs 12 1.3k United Kingdom
15 Mar 2005 11:32PM
Great shot Sue, like the look on the fox's face.
Nick
suzieosman 12 66 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2005 1:22AM
Thanks so much everyone for taking the time to look, comment and click....It gives me great encouragement and I really appreciate it.....Sue xx
magda_indigo 12 418 England
17 Mar 2005 6:46AM
the expression does it, click (*:*)
richardc39 12 2
17 Mar 2005 2:51PM
Great shot. Don't remember seeing an 'action' fox shot here before. Love the dedication on his face.

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