I hope you’ve enjoyed my penultimate fox post for the first series of fox images. There will be another post tomorrow, wrapping up this first series. I will then be moving on to yet another series of fox images and then on to some bird images. I may mix things up a little bit, stay tuned.
These images were also taken in Bangor, ME and are of the same family of foxes. They are truly a pleasure to observe. Photographing these foxes is probably the most fun I’ve had behind the camera in years, and I hope that a new family returns to the area next year.
Thanks for checking out my photos and I hope that you enjoy the same opportunities to observe wildlife as I have had.
Additionally, there will be even more fox pictures added to the blog later this week. Stay tuned!
On my way back from Boothbay Harbor to pick up some prints from the Maine Photo Show, my dad and I stopped in at Pemaquid Point. I was hoping for a bit more clouds in the sky, but you play with the hand you’re dealt. Despite having shot from almost the same exact spot on the rocks on numerous occasions, I never tire of the area.
The fox images were taken in Bangor, ME, and are only a small sampling of the images I’ve taken of the family of foxes in this particular forest. I haven’t seen the foxes in some time, and I do believe they have likely been moved by their mother to a new location. However, I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to photograph them in their first few weeks of existence. There will be more images of these pups posted shortly.
As always, thank you for looking!
Both of these images were captured in Orland, ME on the coast. The light is rather difficult in that area at all times of the day, due to the surrounding forest and the limited viewing area. However, every so often the birds will fly in the right direction in the right area and offer up some rather unique and dynamic lighting opportunities.
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Here are some images from this past winter that I have yet to post. These images were taken in Maine and Quebec. All images taken with a Nikon D800E.
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Thank you for looking. I will be posting newer images throughout this week, including some wildlife images I am excited to share.