Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Where the Wild Things Are


Where the Wild Things Are

18 comments:

Tracy P. said...

Oh Mr. Fox, you are cordially invited to my garden for breakfast! Any meal you want, really. The menu is not the green things, but the furry things that are eating the green things. Long live the food chain!

Susie said...

Umm....WOW!! How freaky is that!!

Auntie E said...

Oh my a fox in the neighborhood!
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Beth F said...

Wow! Urban fox. Great capture.

Betty Manousos:cutand-dry.blogspot.com said...

What a rare photo! Great capture!!
Love it!
B xx

Jeanie said...

Very cool picture. We have some urban foxes around here and one that sleeps on the south side of our roof from time to time. I have never been brave enough to try to get a picture.

Manang Kim said...

Oh my gush, a fox right in the driveway??? Hope no kids are around that is scary! Happy Wednesday!

Ruby Red Tuesday

faerwillow said...

~puts my bee photo to shame!! a fox wandering the city streets...what a moment you captured...warm wishes and brightest blessings~

Help! Mama Remote... said...

AW %$#?!

paige said...

Ooo. He looks like he's trying to be stealthy.

Quasi Serendipita said...

That's such a cool snap!

BK said...

They are getting so close to resident area. I hope they don't cause any hazard to anyone.

Kristin said...

A fox? Really? Can't say I've ever seen one in the middle of a 'hood.

Sarah said...

i hope we don't have that here. my puppy won't stand a chance. :(

Alicia said...

how cool!! that's crazy that he was just wandering through the neighborhood!

Tara R. said...

Nice capture! We have a few foxes around too, but they only seem to slink out at night.

Tiffany said...

Cool...you hardly ever see one of those around here!! We saw a family with babies last summer and watched them for a long time...it was awesome!

Anonymous said...

Quick, get Billy the Exterminator! Oh, I guess he already fought the foxes.

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