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Comments (18)

Jurgis Karnavicius on March 31, 2011

Such a beautiful capture Marlene, thanks for nice emotions... like!

Best wishes from Vilnius, Jurgis

~Marlene~ on March 31, 2011

You're very welcome, Jurgis and thank you for the Like!

Best regards, Marlene

Hielke Roelevink on October 9, 2011

Is dit de zelfde vos als die van pagina 31 en van pagina 1,lijkt er wel op! LIKE

~Marlene~ on October 9, 2011

I do not know, Hielke, if it's the same fox or not. The photos were taken a year apart. I think most red foxes look pretty much the same, don't you? Thanks for the Like!

diego_cue on November 29, 2011

very nice capture mabel! Saludos, diego

~Marlene~ on November 29, 2011

Thank you very much, diego, for the nice comment & the visit.

Greetings from Michigan, Marlene

Johannes Lundstrøm on February 26, 2012

Hello again Marlene, There is something with you and fox'es - like Aila and her wulf in the books of Jean M. Auel where I am just reading her latest book. Like. Johannes

~Marlene~ on February 27, 2012

Hello Johannes... I don't go looking for these fellows, I can assure you! We just happen to share the same turf and if I am lucky, I will have a camera ready when they appear! I'm happy you Like him!

Best regards, Marlene

Johannes Lundstrøm on February 27, 2012

Thanks for your kind answer. Its a good thing to bring the camera when walking in the nature. My wife and I got up at 03.00 one summer mooorning and went for a walk in a nearby forrest. We saw a fox family playing as well as a flock of deers in a meadow - and - no camera. Kind regards Johannes Translate Slet

Anton Trötscher on November 3, 2012

Hallo Marlene! Wie hast Du denn den Kerl erwischt? Er ist scheinbar dabei, seine Sommerdecke gegen den Wintermantel zu tauschen. (Oder umgekehrt?!) Recht herzliche Grüße und allerbeste Wünsche! Anton Trötscher

~Marlene~ on November 4, 2012

I "caught" him, Anton, quite by accident, as I'm sure he thought nobody was watching him. I was also fortunate to have my zoom lens ready to go because there was no way to get too close undetected. This was in the early Spring, but he was still wearing his winter coat! Thank you for commenting!

Best regards, Marlene

Karin H on November 19, 2012

Great to see it , although they become less shy and more and more make their 'home' in the cities , like , best wishes Karin

~Marlene~ on November 21, 2012

Well, this one is not a city fellow, Karin... I saw him prowling the lakeshore in Michigan. In Chicago, we have coyotes in the city and they have made themselves very much at home. I've only seen a fox twice like this, but I know there must be more from wherever he came from. I'm happy you Like it!

Best wishes, Marlene

Natmara on December 16, 2012

Marlene. I like very much your very beautiful capture of this nice fox. Landf

~Marlene~ on December 17, 2012

My thanks, Natmara, for the nice comment, the Like and especially the Y*. I appreciate your visit very much!

Best wishes, Marlene

Meisch Roger on January 4, 2013

Very good photo L7

~Marlene~ on January 5, 2013

Thank you kindly, RoschM, for the nice comment & the visit. I'm happy you Like it!

Greetings, Marlene

~Marlene~ on July 20, 2013

Really, stuff... how can you tell? :)

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on April 11, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by ~Marlene~
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot SX100 IS
    • Taken on 2010/04/10 19:20:35
    • Exposure: 0.010s (1/100)
    • Focal Length: 60.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash