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Snow Fox As soon as it snows in my country, no wild horses could keep me inside the house. <br />
Winter time = fox time! <br />
No better view than a healthy and gorgeous red furred fox in a perfect snowy environment. Of course global warming is an awful thing, but yay for our new &amp; improved winters! animal,cold,fox,red fox,snow,vos,vulpes vulpes,white,wild,winter Click/tap to enlarge

Snow Fox

As soon as it snows in my country, no wild horses could keep me inside the house.
Winter time = fox time!
No better view than a healthy and gorgeous red furred fox in a perfect snowy environment. Of course global warming is an awful thing, but yay for our new & improved winters!

    comments (5)

  1. I have actually only seen a red fox once in the wild and that was in Norway above the polar circle. I would love to see them in the Netherlands as well, where do you go to spot them Roeselien?

    I love everything about this picture, the sharpness and contrast of the fox, the snowflakes on his fur and the soft snowflake bokeh. And even a nice example on the rule of thirds as well :)
    Posted 8 years ago
    1. Foxes actually can be found where food is available.
      They live in the dunes, at beaches, in forests, in meadows, in cities, even at a landfill.
      I prefer to go search them in the dunes, because I love to be near the sea...;)

      Thanks for the compliments!
      Posted 8 years ago
  2. Love this shot, the snowflakes give so much extra dimension to it. As well as the snow on his head and nose... Posted 8 years ago
  3. Would love to see them in the snow, hopefully this winter I will get a change :)
    Love yours!
    Posted 8 years ago
  4. nice one, photography in snow itself is thrilling and this one gets the best of the winter. Posted 5 years ago

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The red fox is the largest of the true foxes, as well as being the most geographically spread member of the Carnivora, being distributed across the entire northern hemisphere from the Arctic Circle to North Africa, Central America and the steppes of Asia. Its range has increased alongside human expansion, having been introduced to Australia, where it is considered harmful to native mammal and bird populations. Because of these factors, it is listed as Least Concern for extinction by the IUCN. It.. more

Similar species: Carnivorans
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By Roeselien Raimond

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Uploaded Sep 7, 2011. Captured Feb 2, 2010 20:07.
  • Canon EOS 7D
  • f/5.7
  • 1/395s
  • ISO3200
  • 300mm