Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Mon, 02/08/16 19:15
One wonders what they fox is viewing as it sits in the open. We used to have a family of foxes that lived in downtown Winnipeg... perhaps they still do since it was difficult to spot them since any noise would alert them and they would simply vanish into the brush in the area.
Comments by Jacky on Mon, 02/08/16 21:23
Love this! Very sweet. And wonderfully composed. And a little
Comments by Michael Meek on Tue, 02/09/16 03:00
Kind of the fox to wrap its black-rimmed tail around on the visible side complementing the black legs, ears, and facial markings. I like the novelty of a non-moving fox. The tufts of grass add a lot to the interest and sense of depth. I imagine Linda sees this fox as a raider and is here planning an excursion.
Comments by Maria Salvador on Tue, 02/09/16 11:41
:-) She is posing for the portrait.
Comments by Gerry Vrbensky on Tue, 02/09/16 14:42
Since winter is basically black and white with shades of grey, the
Comments by Linda Frey on Tue, 02/09/16 20:16
Comes from my mother, Michael. She doesn't like foxes. She says they would break
Comments by Ruth Rittichier on Fri, 02/12/16 14:34
Great catch of unusual posture.