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was born ages ago, lived uptill now and not gonna die anytime soon. And I did all this in the Netherlands.
Oei…als zelfs de dieren in Holland niet van je spullen af kunnen blijven…Ik ben hier weg..! Goed dat je de dader onder schot heb, Nicole..! Gelijk een enkelbandje om..! met een loden bal er aan uiteraard..!
hij rook de lunch in die tas, dat kun je hem toch nit kwalijk nemen? Hij had gewoon honger :-))
– Nicole W.
Excellent shot. They are shy creatures – I had one in my garden which stole my sweater one night and deposited it in my neighbour’s garden!
LOL I bet you were happy about that hehehe. I was in this spot to try and capture kingfishers when this little fellow showed himself. Ik hid in the bushes and left my gear behind. He smelled my lunch in the bag and wanted it. Just minutes later he sniffed my tripod and my camerabag but didnt find them interesting enough to start dragging it to his den, thank god LOL
thank you very much Janie :-)
Awesome capture!! Congrats on your feature!!
wow thank you very much Teresa!
Thank you so much Gemma :-()
How much fun is this! Beautiful fox and a great capture..who’s bag and did the fox run off with it?
It was my backpack, it had my lunch in it. I guess he was that hungry. I shared my lunch with him, he had a limp so I thought maybe he couldnt hunt the rabbits because of it.
Thank you :-)
Featured Monday 29 apr 2013
Thanks very much Steve :-)