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    Fox den revisited

    I visited the fox family again yesterday after work. The light was pretty good once again. All pics are full frame except the last one whitch is 2 images stitched together.
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    Re: Fox den revisited

    Superb! i could look at these all day, i dont think i could leave this site if it where near me.
    Keep em coming! please.
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    Re: Fox den revisited

    awesome shots again Michael. I wish I had you patience. 4 hour wait for the Badgers. At least these guys didn't make you wait all that long.
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    Re: Fox den revisited

    Thanks Bev and Jaedon. Here are are few from yesterday. I lost my light on the last two, so I had to bump the ISO to 400 (I hate going that high because of the noise) and use my flash.

    Jaedon, I waited for the badgers for a couple hours yesterday afternoon, but I didn't see anything. The badgers are only going to get harder to shoot. The grass is getting taller between their den and the road. So unless I get right on top of their den, I don't have much of a shot, but I'm not giving up!!!
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