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Fox.

THis little fellow took me ages to capture.

 

On my early morning walks around Penleigh Westbury I new there was a fox about but could never see him or her, but hear and smell.

 

It took quite a few stake outs but was able to get this one.

 

 

 

Fox.

THis little fellow took me ages to capture.

 

On my early morning walks around Penleigh Westbury I new there was a fox about but could never see him or her, but hear and smell.

 

It took quite a few stake outs but was able to get this one.

 

 

 

comments (17)

  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 2 Feb 2012, 10:51
YAY for your patience and perseverance, Peter! This is textbook.
Pedroeric: Thanks Ginnie think its one of my best.
  • Martin
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 2 Feb 2012, 11:55
Beautiful Pedroeric - well worth the wait! I usually see the back of them, or the silhouette in the dark! smile
Pedroeric: Thanks martin you have to get up early in the mornings or late afternoons to catch them in the wild.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Feb 2012, 12:02
Oh well done! What a great capture! He seems to be posing for you!
Pedroeric: Thanks Alan stayed still long enough to capture him.
  • lisl
  • England
  • 2 Feb 2012, 12:05
You must move with stealth and with the cunning of your fox. This is such a lovely capture. Do you put your pictures into competitions?
Pedroeric: Thanks Elizabeth early mornings and lonely stake outs to get him.

Have entered some but never won anything, but have had two printed in a magazine Paint Shop Pro.
A lovely portrait of the cunning fellow.
Pedroeric: Thanks Mary, have three places where to find them now.
This is just about as good as it could ever be!
Pedroeric: Thanks Bill think its one of my best.
Great capture Peter... with foxes you have to sit quietly for some time... this one even posed for you....petersmile
Pedroeric: Thanks Peter early morning and long waits most of the time.
This is a brilliant - sharp image
of this creature.
Pedroeric: Thanks Martin was lucky he stayed still long enough to get him.
Another stunner, Peter! When's your new book coming out? I'd like a copy, please....
Pedroeric: Thanks Neil would like to have some put in a book.
Patience always pays. This is a brilliant capture. The sharpnees is great!
Pedroeric: Thanks Richard its one of my best.
Wow, wonderful close-up Pedroeric, very much enjoying your animal shots!
Pedroeric: Thanks Fred just love to be out with the wildlife.
Great shot, picture of the day so far for me.
Pedroeric: Thanks Brian he just sat there for some time.
And well worth the effort, super capture.
Pedroeric: Thanks John early morning is the best time to catch them.
very well done for your patience, you have got a great shot there.
Pedroeric: Thanks Derek takes some doing some times.
Now I read about this wonderful portrait Pedroeric. At first sight I thought it was in your garden.
Pedroeric: Wish it was Juan, 5-30 start in the morning to manage it, then your not successful every time.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 3 Feb 2012, 07:47
Blimey: clever you to get a shot like this of a wild fox!
Pedroeric: Thank you for the comment.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 3 Feb 2012, 11:08
I am glad you took the time to get this one, pedroeric.
Pedroeric: Thanks Ray Sheila thinks I'am mad to get up that early but its the only time to get them.

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