What next.?

Anyone who has looked at my pics here (and other forums) will know that I’ve gone a little fox crazy over the winter.

I spent most weekends and some weekdays stalking and seeking out foxes. They’re fairly elusive animals, very shy, and I think that’s part of their charm. They’re generally not easy to photograph, so that adds to the fun.

I’ve been fortunate to have easy access to fox-friendly habitats very near where I live (and I’ve got more than 1 fox living in my neighborhood).Spending time learning about them and searching for them has allowed me greater access to seeing them on a more regular basis, and allowed me (I hope) to get better shots and become a better wildlife photographer in the process.

Devoting so much time and effort into foxes has also allowed me to locate a very special place that allows me to get very close and intimate with these special animals. I feel privileged to spend so much time so close to them.

But now Spring is approaching, to be followed quickly by summer. I’ll miss winter.

Maybe I’ll focus more on my favorite alpine animals, particularly marmots and pika, over the summer, once some of the snow melts higher up.

What next.?

Jay Ryser

Lakewood, United States

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