- elefantino (14406)
- [2006-10-25 4:16]
Excellent shot! Really best than TV.
Is it possible to visit your garden??
- Xplorator (7719)
- [2006-10-25 4:24]
Wildlife no more, lol... Much better than the usual fox images from England: a dozen guys with red coats and five times as many beagles and hounds chasing some scarred to death foxy... Excellent image, John!
- Demetrio (844)
- [2006-10-25 4:37]
Hello John, really nice capture of the lovely fox. I think that these are just great wild creatures and we must understand the reasons for them entering into public areas. The lighting worked out really well here, well done and very interesting note.
- LordPotty (12503)
- [2006-10-25 4:41]
Well captured John.
Reminds me of watching foxes from my dormitory window at boarding school in Kent.
She has definitely spotted you too.
- pvs (14464)
- [2006-10-25 7:54]
A great shot of this fox,although picture is a bit small (you are allowed to upload until 800 pix),its a well captured shot with nice colors and details,well done,
nice capture of this mumsie. I was interested to read your note about your lighting arrangements. We have woodmice visiting our bird table at night and I would love to capture them without using flash.
well done and keep posting
- Hil (5035)
- [2006-10-26 14:19]
What a beautiful shot of this lovely Fox, excellent composition and a lovely pose by the fox with great eye contact, your lighting works really well as the colours are perfect and it looks much better than a Flash, I look forward to seeing some shotd of her Cubs.
Welcome to TN
- hester (11638)
- [2006-10-26 14:31]
This is a great shot, I would LOVE to have a visitor like this to my garden