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Beautiful image, but don't have a photo!

Yesterday morning we were just getting going, and I see a young red fox trotting down our road among the snow banks. His coat really stands out and although it was cold he looked happy enough and very relaxed in our suburban locale. So we are enjoying watching him and he sits down in our neighbors drive looking down the road just as if he is a domesticated dog. (Of course like an idiot I don't think to take a photo of this as I am enjoying it so much.)

We then see another smaller fox trotting across the road below him and he is watching this second fox, who seems unaware of him. The second fox trots around a third neighbors house into their back yard and down towards the woods and creek behind and the first fox begins to go around our neighbors home, but then suddenly runs across the front yard to the other side of the house and trots around to get a better view of what the second fox is doing and where he is going.

Nice image, just did not capture it on film to share, as we see them fairly regularly I will try to capture one of them in the future on film. very thankful to be able to see this and enjoy it.

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Comment balloon 3 commentsNick & Trudy Vandekar, 610-203-4543 • January 21 2011 12:04PM

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They are hard to capture even when you have a camera. I took this shot when listing a property in the summer. They are so quick and absolutely stunning to see.  

Posted by Jeana Cowie, Broker Associate, ABR, CRS, GRI, SRES (RE/MAX Real Estate Limited) over 7 years ago

Foxes are very elusive and seem to be able to sense when they are being watched. I think enjoying the moment peacefully was a much better option than trying to fumble around with a camera. We don't get to see them sauntering about that often.

Posted by Malcolm Johnston, Trenton Real Estate (Century 21 Lanthorn Real Estate LTD., Trenton, Ontario) over 7 years ago

We get to see them quite a bit, great photo by the way, so maybe I will get a photo as good as yours Jeana.

Posted by Nick & Trudy Vandekar, 610-203-4543, Tredyffrin Easttown Realtors, Philly Main Line (Long & Foster Real Estate Inc 610-225-7400) over 7 years ago

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