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Feb 18, 2016 19:49 |  #6601

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Lol too funny, This guy I have never met before. I just ran into him while out shooting friday lol
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Dude!
You live in the middle of a fox farm or what? These are some gorgeous shots, tripod or not.


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Feb 18, 2016 20:05 |  #6602

Sup Dad wrote in post #17903867 (external link)
Dude!
You live in the middle of a fox farm or what? These are some gorgeous shots, tripod or not.


Hahahaha!!!:lol:

Pocket full of fox treats?


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Feb 18, 2016 20:13 |  #6603

DubR wrote in post #17903883 (external link)
Hahahaha!!!:lol:

Pocket full of fox treats?

I'll bet he drags a sack full of bacon through the woods, then waits fer them critters to show up.:-P
...plus that bacon suit he wears.


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Feb 18, 2016 20:17 |  #6604

Got caught between this guy and a couple of his girlfriends. I left - quickly.


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Feb 18, 2016 20:35 |  #6605

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Feb 18, 2016 22:17 |  #6606


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Feb 19, 2016 04:34 |  #6607

Sup Dad wrote in post #17903867 (external link)
Dude!
You live in the middle of a fox farm or what? These are some gorgeous shots, tripod or not.

Ha it sure does seem like it. I went looking for otter's yesterday and found 4 different animal's and there tracks and slide's were an easy thing to spot. But I also found 5 different foxes doing there thing looking for there next meal. I know there are many that use food to shoot wildlife,....I do not...I mean does it look like I need too. The hardest part is the bush here, it's thick and its easy to loose them quick, any animal for that matter. But ya...I have a ton of foxes in my area. I have one that comes through my yard every week that I have never shot as he's coming through in the dark so he's a trail cam shoot.

Maybe I should post more of these so it looks more like I live in the real world.


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Feb 19, 2016 11:28 |  #6608

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Ha it sure does seem like it. I went looking for otter's yesterday and found 4 different animal's and there tracks and slid's were an easy thing to spot. But I also found 5 different foxes doing there thing looking for there next meal. I know there are many that use food to shoot wildlife,....I do not...I mean does it look like I need too. The hardest part is the bush here, it's thick and its easy to loose them quick, any animal for that matter. But ya...I have a ton of foxes in my area. I have one that comes through my yard every week that I have never shot as he's coming through in the dark so he's a trail cam shoot.

Maybe I should post more of these so it looks more like I live in the real world.
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That'd be cool too, but these are great. We had a pair of "yard foxes" here a few years ago. Named one of them Elvis (as in "Elvis is in the house) because he was here so often. They used to bed under our pine tree, on our compost pile, and hang out near the dryer vent on really cold days - for the heat, I presume. Back then, I had only a little P&S camera, so although I have photos of him, they're - well, you know - ho hum. Got some of him eating a rabbit on the front lawn and a more recent one of him with a Cooper's Hawk he stalked and killed in our garden. Prolly should post them here just for grins.


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Feb 19, 2016 15:35 |  #6609

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Got caught between this guy and a couple of his girlfriends. I left - quickly.
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Didn't realize I had already posted this pic awhile back. Sorry. Senility settin' in :-(


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Feb 22, 2016 07:01 |  #6610

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Feb 22, 2016 15:50 |  #6611

This is an oldie, but I thought it fitted quite well here!

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Feb 23, 2016 10:18 |  #6612

Even when relaxing they have their eyes on their possible next lunch .... me.


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Feb 23, 2016 10:20 as a reply to  @ buddy4344's post |  #6613

She's flirting with you! :love:
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Feb 24, 2016 01:43 |  #6614

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This is my oldest Granddaughter . . .

Aussie, this thread in the Wildlife forum is for wild animals. The photos of your granddaughter would find a better home in the People forum, which even has a thread for eyes.


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Feb 24, 2016 10:38 |  #6615

This guy has probably had his/her picture taken as much as some supermodel. It's a resident of Chankanaab Park in Cozumel, hangs out watching all the tourists pass by, and poses for pictures.

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