Sunday photoblogging: fox

by Chris Bertram on November 18, 2018




Alan White 11.18.18 at 4:49 pm

Here’s looking at you, kit. Very nice.


Dr. Hilarius 11.19.18 at 12:14 am

Saw this earlier on Flickr, great shot of a lovely creature. I’ve kept a number of exotics over the years but never a fox. Would love to have one around the house. My cats might not agree, however.

The closest I come to a pet fox is a coyote which frequently visits my tiny shack in rural Skagit County. Not a great photo, it’s from a motion-activated trail camera:


John Quiggin 11.19.18 at 5:25 am

Impressive, though of course it would be a very unwelcome sight in Australia.


oldster 11.19.18 at 4:19 pm

They are such elegant creatures.


bad Jim 11.20.18 at 6:30 am

Only four comments? Very well, I’ll add one.

This is yet another perfect composition, an elusive forest creature fortuitously juxtaposed with an eccentric assemblage of obscure materials, two opposing triangles framed by squares and circles.

Foxes are rare where I live, yet I saw one not long ago in a corner of my yard. I thought at first it was a dog, but it vanished so impossibly that I had to look it up. Gray foxes can climb trees.

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