Wednesday, August 24

Foxy lady



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  1. Terrific photos of a very beautiful foxy lady!

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    1. She is really in good condition, Deborah even with young to look,after,

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  2. This is so beautiful!!!!! Foxes can be a nuisance but I'm always fascinated when I see one and you could even photograph her so close, great.

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    1. She wasn't so close, Janneke, I used a zoom.

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  3. Aah, so clean and beautiful. I particularly like that 2nd photo

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  4. What terrific shots! How fortunate you were to spot that beauty.

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    1. She is a regular visitor to a friend's garden, Sue. She and her family live on land behind them. Men with dogs have been seen roaming the area which is worrying.

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    2. That is very sad, because we all know what "men with dogs" means. Beautiful pictures, rarely see foxes here (that men with dogs thing again, sadly there's a great deal of that sort of behaviour round here).

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    3. The police and RSPCA have been informed - it's very sad that some people's mentality is to persecute anything that can't fight back. Put them on an African plain with no means of protection and see how 'brave' they are then.

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  5. More great shots. What camera do you use?

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    1. I used a Panasonic Lumix FZ1000, Jessica. It was on full optical zoom and using burst mode.

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  6. She does look fit and well. Many years ago I sat and watched cubs playing in a field, unfortunately I didn't have a camera with me.

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    1. Just hope that she is fit enough to keep herself and her cubs safe from the men and their dogs, Brian

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  7. Sue, she really is a lady, very curious and cute. I love your photos, very close shots.

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  8. Very cute, I adore foxes and enjoy watching them in the fields here x

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    1. We rarely see them around our house, Jo only occasionally crossing the road. We see evidence of them on the plot.

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  9. So darn cute - I don't think we have foxes in our area, but there are a lot of coyotes. Not as cute, but good at keeping the rabbit population down.

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    1. Foxes are good at keeping rabbits in check too, Margaret.

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  10. How beautiful. You were at the right place just at the right time!

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    1. And I had my camera with me Alain as we had been to a bird of prey display.

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  11. A proper fox, beautiful! Our urban foxes don't have that glorious russet coat and can be very noisy at night so not so endearing.

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    1. She is a beauty, Caro. As you say a gorgeous colour.

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  12. Goodness, what a beauty! How marvelous to see such a perfect specimen without any mange! Lucky you getting that close. How awful to hear that the hunters are around though, I do hope she and her cubs stay safe.I did enjoy these pics.xxx

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    1. I thought you would like her, Dina. I hope she is wily enough to stay safe too.

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  13. Great shots Sue - she looks in pretty good nick.

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    1. She is Elaine, we just hope she can outfox the men with dogs

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