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Old May 8, 2009, 10:05 AM   #1
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Our Railroad Fox family is doing well. They had 4 pups this year, one of the pups is not as active a the other 3 and much smaller. My place is right across the street from the C&TSRR depot and the family has made the railroad yard their home for the last few years. When the tourist start arriving they just move to the back part of the yard where they are not bothered.

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Maw taking a break


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The runt


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From last winter
Sorry it only lets me do 4 images.



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Roger, I have come to expect great captures from you and these did not disappoint. The composition of # 2 and # 3, in particular the vivid textual effect of the horizontal and vertical lines of the wood just blew me away. A little more "pop" in the dynamic range and I can easily see these in / on a coffee table book, calendar or poster. A perfect example of wildlife co-habiting with man. Way to go! Cheers, Dan
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Awesome photos, beautiful.
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awww! so cute!
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Roger, I have come to expect great captures from you and these did not disappoint. The composition of # 2 and # 3, in particular the vivid textual effect of the horizontal and vertical lines of the wood just blew me away. A little more "pop" in the dynamic range and I can easily see these in / on a coffee table book, calendar or poster. A perfect example of wildlife co-habiting with man. Way to go! Cheers, Dan

Thank you Dan for the nice words.

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Awesome photos, beautiful.

Thanks a bunch for the nice comment.

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awww! so cute!

They do score high on the cute factor.

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