and "scientists" actually look at the symmetry of zillions of insects, fish, birds and animals, with every single hair, feather, scale and cell in its right place, and have the nerve to label it "evolution" from the brainless Amoeba...
Beautiful shot, he has the look of a cross fox with a dominant red fox in him. I have pictures of a family of foxes whose vixen was a silver fox and father was a red. Their kits were black with brown in them.
Incredible contrast - yellow/grey. Catches the eye, as does this foxes gaze. Taking such a great photo amid pipes makes me realize, once again, that there are photo ops....everywhere. Thank you for this image.
i keep glancing back at this posting. I find the composition so entrancing. the colors, lighting ,forms...the fox and life perched on the metal, with some hint of grassland infront . everything providing subtle contrasts yet, all united thru the matching nuances of the color scheme.
What a beautiful animal! The fox sitting on the pipes just makes it stand out even more. Fantastic that it's looking right at the camera. Well done Todd.
Great photo! He's looking very intently at you with a slight curiosity, his right ear is cocked a bit listening. Beautiful!
He is thinking to himself, "I wonder if those furless things can think? Nah, if they could they clearly wouldn't be driving around, wearing clothes and stuff. They'd be sitting in a composed state like me, the clever fox."
The fox has a serious, no foolishness look....like that. I too am not sure this is a "hybrid fox" as I've seen foxes with many color variations.
Red foxes come in a variety of color phases, some very dark, so I am not convinced that this is a "hybrid red fox."
this is a cool photo that th fox is looking at the camera.Also the fox is sitting all most in the middle of the photo.
AWSOME photo. I like how the fox is red instead of gray. I wonder how you got the fox to look at you?
I really like this photo. The fox almost looks like it could be a house pet because it looks so calm. I have never got that close to any animal excepting cats and dogs. How did you get so close?
Amazing photo, I really liked how you got up close to the fox, and that the fox is actually staring into the camera. Also, how in the world did you not startle the fox.
The fox is so cute, I've always wanted a pet fox like on "Fox and the Hound" It's funny how you found a fox while you were looking for polar bears.
This Photo is awesome! I really like the plants in front of the fox. Also I like how the whole background is the tubes.
I like how the fox fur is orangeish and how the face looks. The lines on top of the eyes look like eyebrows.
DANG, nice photo, is the fox tamed? Or did you get the photo of the fox while it wasn't paying attention?
@Ina Bliss beauty is truth. truth is beauty. evolution, is a beautiful, mind-bogglingly complex and intricate process. ignorance, on the other hand, is quite ugly.
@Ayisha Christmas I agree, the fox does look like it is calm enough to be a house pet. Good thinking Ayisha.
@Aidan Nunook I agree
@Bodell Cougars I want a fox too there so cute.
Me too @Gracee Softball
@seth basketball I like how he zoomed up close to.
@Cason Purell Me to
@Quintino Raiderfan i agree with you the fox color is cool
@matthew s. It says it's wild
@matthew s. Read the paragraph at the top.
@matthew s. I bet it's wild.
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