Rescued Red

© M. S. White

Rescued Red

Uploaded: May 22, 2008


This is a Red Fox that was rescued and sent to Back to the Wild.

We were told that this fox was one that was retrieved from an individual who was selling this one and some siblings at Flea Markets as pets (can you believe it???). Apparently someone had dug out their nest and took them home to feed them and get them used to people. The person was caught and this one was the only one left. Wish I had more of the story. It's amazing what people will do for a little $$$ these days.

Oh the background looks the way it does because I shot this thru a fence. And it came over and sat and posed for me :)

Exif: F Number: 3.5, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/80 seconds, Flash: reserved, ISO: 100, FocalLength: 83.00 mm, Model: E-500


May 22, 2008

Beautiful capture and story. #926906

Chuck S. Frizzell May 22, 2008

Love the color, clarity, and expression. Nice job. #5964812

Renata Gusciora May 23, 2008

Great shot with great tones! #5965098

May 23, 2008

Great image. Beautiful colors. Touching story. #5966361

Peggy J. Maguire May 23, 2008

One of the best shots I've seen M. S.,Great work and I love the BG!!!!! #5968465

Daniella Puente May 28, 2008

The excellent detail on the fox face blends so good with that amazing BG M.S! This is really a winner and hope to see this again :))) #5989929

Teresa Pritchett July 20, 2008

Beautiful shot,and bg blend finishes it off so nicely. #6201229

Lisa J. Boulden level-classic July 20, 2008

Such a spectacular shot!
Beautiful color and details!
~Lisa #6202174

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