I take pictures, did you know? Sometimes it’s just scenery, sometimes events with people in them.
But sometimes it’s scary things. It’s fairly woodsy here in upstate New York, and though I know most people from outside the state picture wall-to-wall cities, parts of it are actually pretty wild. I know you’ll find this hard to believe, but the state has some pretty big predators.
Living as I do on the edge of the wilds, I get to see them sometimes. Usually they’re safely distant, but just a few evenings ago, one of them came up INTO MY YARD. Right outside my window, in fact, in broad daylight!
I was lucky to have my camera. Picture after the fold.
(Click the pic to go to the source, which is on Flickr.)
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This is a gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus. The pic was taken in low light, and through a window, so it looks a little fuzzy.
But hey, if you’re photographing a baby fox, fuzzy works, right?