Graveyard Shift

Saw this as I was cutting through the graveyard. He was as bold as brass and stood his ground despite Max practically strangling himself on the lead to get at him. He kept getting closer as it seemed his choice was to get nearer to the funeral crowd or to get nearer to me and Max. I actually felt a bit nervous and walked away before he could get any closer.
Beautiful and you are lucky to capture it!
posted November 22nd, 2010  
What a bonus, (s)he's a beauty!
posted November 22nd, 2010  
Wow, that's incredible!
posted November 22nd, 2010  
Marvellous capture!
posted November 22nd, 2010  
he really has you stared out doesn't he.Great capture
posted November 22nd, 2010  
Oh, boy, what a photo. I had to laugh, though, that you were photographing in the face of danger! They are getting more and more brazen, aren't they? A friend just related the same kind of story yesterday. She had one of these come into her yard while her Lab was outside. She actually had to use to broom to push it back. Amazing!
posted November 22nd, 2010  
What a beautiful animal.
posted November 22nd, 2010  
beautiful animal!! lucky you to get this capture!
posted November 22nd, 2010  
Aw what a beauty! We get foxes round here all the time but not usually in daylight
posted November 22nd, 2010  
Beautiful!
posted November 22nd, 2010  
Great shot. I think foxes are very pretty but I know they are considered pests in some areas.
posted November 22nd, 2010  
In East London foxes are pests...and in abundance. I caught a family of 5 in my garden which scared me to death because of the cat, and they dig up everything, flowers, lawns, knock over pots and worst of all leave their excrement on your doorstep!
posted November 22nd, 2010  
Nice shot, interesting processing!
posted November 22nd, 2010  
What a wonderful photo! How lucky to have this encounter. I know they are actually easier to see in the towns than they are here in the sticks! My mum lives in London suburbia and has them in her garden all the time. I love the way you have processed this.
posted November 22nd, 2010  
You're so so lucky, apart from the destruction of your garden tho! I really like foxes :-) Wonderful photo.
posted November 22nd, 2010  
Gorgeous x
posted November 22nd, 2010  
Nice capture. Glad you had your camera with you. Looks like you had some fun with the editing too!
posted November 22nd, 2010  
He looks rather tall. I love the speckly look of the photo, it suits the questioning and puzzled look on his face.
posted November 22nd, 2010  
yeah I wanna touch his fur!! I could feel the texture :) nice shot
posted November 23rd, 2010  
Spunky guy isn't he?
posted November 23rd, 2010  
WOW!
posted November 23rd, 2010  
Amazing shot. Absolutely terrific.
posted November 23rd, 2010  
beautiful fox! great capture!
posted November 23rd, 2010  
What an amazing capture. He is certainly good looking but does look a tad menacing.
posted November 23rd, 2010  
What a beauty!
posted November 23rd, 2010  
I guess he comes by the name "predator" honestly!
posted November 23rd, 2010  
Wow, I love this--one of my dream shots
posted November 24th, 2010  
He's a beauty! I'm with FaerieMoon --- dream shot!
posted November 24th, 2010  
Outstanding capture.
posted November 24th, 2010  
You are right to be nervous if a fox stands his ground. They can easily be rabid and show it by losing their fear of humans. he is beautiful but I'm glad to be admiring him long distance!
posted November 24th, 2010  
what a lucky encounter to have! This is a great shot!
posted November 24th, 2010  
very cool. and very sharp as well
posted January 22nd, 2011  
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