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This image has a strong emotional hook, the eyes of the hunting red fox, even though the rest of his face is obscured by the vegetation he is in. I would have liked to have got more of his face, but that darned tail is in the way. Shot in Yellowstone a few days ago, near the Yellowstone River picnic area just over the bridge from Roosevelt Junction. It's no secret that's his territory. I don't believe in secret, personal locations and animals - that would assume my presence is somehow less invasive than someone else s - and I don't think that could ever be true. Photographing this fox over 3 days taught me a lot about how they hunt, and interact with their environment - which includes us. He was a great subject for all the photographers that had the opportunity.
Nikon D3s body, 500mm f4 lens, 1/500s at f4, ISO 1600, Bogen Tripod. RAW image converted in ACR.
I dont know what day this shot was, but my father and I were at this same spot working this same fox 2 days in a row for a few hours each time. This is a great shot. It was incredible how the fox seemed to basically pay no attention and have no cares that all us photogs were in the area. It just didnt care about us.