An Evening With Young Master Fox

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    Some walks are better than others and some times the big lens is just too big!

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    1. unicorn 81 21 months ago | reply

      Very good photo. Well done. congratulations to Explore.

      Via Today's Explore at #40 on Fluidr

    2. Hodd1350 21 months ago | reply

      A wonderful image...Congratulations on Explore..

    3. Cornishcarolin. Mum not well. So busy!! xxx 21 months ago | reply

      Fantastic! Congratulations on Explore! Well done xx

    4. FloraandFauna_2 21 months ago | reply

      A great encounter! Lovely shot. Congratulations on explore.

    5. pdlstudios 21 months ago | reply

      Great timing. Congrats

    6. THE GREATEST GIFT U CAN GIVE IS LOVE 21 months ago | reply

      **********************************
      CONGRATS ON EXPLORE
      Beautiful capture...nice work..
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    7. excellentzebu1050 21 months ago | reply

      fantastic !!!!!
      Congrats on Explore

    8. katiecappacino 21 months ago | reply

      Oh my......congrats doesn't really cover it does it.....

    9. Nicola Riley 21 months ago | reply

      What an amazing experience. Congrats re. Explore.

    10. ybiberman 21 months ago | reply

      is the camera made if cheese?
      :-)

    11. CameliaTWU 21 months ago | reply

      Excellent work! Congratulations on Explore!

    12. Mark Eggleton 21 months ago | reply

      Fantastic Julian, great to see your pics again, you come back with this, well done, congrats on explore, what an amazing encounter

    13. Paul:Ritchie 21 months ago | reply

      Superb Julian. Welcome back

    14. Dominique Rolland @ Laouleventmeporte [deleted] 21 months ago | reply

      Merveilleuse et belle réalisation , merci beaucoup

      Domi

    15. Clive_Bushnell 9 months ago | reply

      Wow Julian - how wonderful. Are these foxes in a situation where they are habituated to people, or is it youngster curiosity (I did have a young Roe come within 6 feet of me once to check me out although I was lying down).

      C

    16. julian sawyer - Purbeck Footprints 9 months ago | reply

      Hi Clive, it was a curious youngster. They were on a farm and so used to a few people about but not busy.

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