Fox Hunting Life with Horse and Hound

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Red Fox_MCR-257_2X0A0750.tiffThe last frame of the day! Photographed in Yellowstone National Park by Mike Roberts with Canon EOS 5D Mark IV camera fitted with Canon 600mm lens. Tripod Head: Wimberly WH-200 (with quick release plate). Tripod: Gitzo Mountaineer (carbon fiber).
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As a naturalist I’ve never considered anthropomorphism an appropriate concept. Yet, even in my mind, the red fox has long worn the mask of a humanistic villain. English literature and folklore is littered with fox personifications, as is Native American culture. With eyes that can stare into the depths of one’s soul, and those downright sneaky behavioral traits, Vulpes vulpes remains one of my favorite, but most difficult subjects to photograph in the wilds of America. So lay another seasoned chunk of oak on the andirons, pour a steaming cup of tea, pull up a chair, and allow me to share this paramount photography adventure.

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# Anita Baarns 2020-12-29 09:39
Fabulous photography and such an entertaining story! Loved it! I need a calendar!
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# Emily McHugh 2020-12-29 11:07
Awesome article and incredible photography! Thanks
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# Denya Massey 2021-01-05 11:48
What a treat to see these spectacular photographs. Thank you, FHL, for sharing them.
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