Facing

January 24, 2010  •  Leave a Comment



There’s been no new snow and such high temps in January that it took some work to get this guy with a snowy background that’s a little cleaner (and a wide open aperture helps too).
I was out with a friend that I frequently run into while I’m looking for coyotes and foxes. We’d briefly seen Scarface, the little female that resides in the den we were close to, but she was too bashful to come out of the brush, so we never got a shot of her.
This is the alpha male again. He trotted by us several times on his morning rounds – too close to fit all of him in the frame. The weather was a little overcast, which was perfect at diffusing the light.
Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)
City Park, Wheat Ridge, CO
Sony a700
Sigma 300/f/2.8
Jobu gimbal, Giottos tripod
ISO 400, 1/250, f/2.8, +2/3EV

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