"Intense Concentration"  © Jenny Stevens
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(@PicArtIS) Dennis said:April 19th, 2017 (6:38pm) PDT
Great shot!
(@rongood) Ron Good said:April 11th, 2017 (9:36pm) PDT
Fabulous shot. It is truly great when we can observe / photograph wildlife just doing what they naturally do and not reacting to our presence.
(@Jobe60) Johann breiner said:April 2nd, 2017 (12:35am) PDT
Excellent photo in all respects. The colors from fox, the grass and the snow is wonderful in harmony. Very soft in expression. many greetings, Johann
(@JadeCarbone) Jade Carbone said:March 31st, 2017 (6:37am) PDT
What a fabulous capture Jenny!, I've had a few encounters, however when I have I am all jittery, so not much success!
(@PhilipGraham) Philip Graham said:March 25th, 2017 (6:50am) PDT
Love how you get so close to these animals! A real privilege.
(@PaulKinnock) paul kinnock said:March 22nd, 2017 (9:00pm) PDT
wow great shot !
(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:March 20th, 2017 (6:52am) PDT
I would believe that in Churchill, the foxes and wildlife, would see less humans perhaps and feel more free to carry on with their natural life. As compared to maybe a larger park area.
Regardless, a super capture, Jenny. The red coat stands out and seems so well framed with the grasses and shrubs of winter.
@Jennybear replied: Interesting about that red coat. I have a few fox around the cottage and they are not 'as red'. He is not enhanced... just a lushes red coat. Thanks so much Ken.
(@TimDuffus) Tim Duffus said:March 19th, 2017 (7:24pm) PDT
Excellent work Jenny.
@Jennybear replied: Appreciated Tim...
(@ramonachiassongmailcom) Ramona Chiasson said:March 19th, 2017 (10:14am) PDT
wonderful..yes it seem an honor when wildlife lets us in..
@Jennybear replied: That is what I chose to believe.... Thanks Ramona.
(@Marthe) marthe said:March 19th, 2017 (8:16am) PDT
beautiful shot, Jenny! I think that hunger is sometimes more important to them than our presence.. it is very often easier to get close to the blue heron when 'hunting' they kind of just don't see us or they ignore us..
@Jennybear replied: Hi Marthe... You are probably right.... but, I like to think that he trusted us... and somehow knew we were admiring him and he was not prey. I thank you Marthe for your thoughts on the subject.

Jenny Stevens
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This fox is slow making his way towards his prey and the four of us standing nearby did not stop him. I think as long as we stood quietly, he was ok. Not a sound from him creeping though the snow and past us. I love it when a wild animal allows humans into their work. Near Churchill, Manitoba

Uploaded: Mar 19th, 2017 (6:24am)
Category: Wildlife/Animals
GPS: Lat: 58.77905, Lon: -94.1836
Camera: NIKON D800

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