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    Gray Fox

    From a walk along the Grand Union Canal today.





    (a eureka moment - thanks JHM + AM)

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    Re: Gray Fox

    I hate to be the bearer of bad news, buddy, but that may not be a live Grey fox in your first frame. Some of the clues would be that it was likely fairly easy to sneak up on and the spider webs emanating from its ear. Its either fake or a great ambusher....


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    Re: Gray Fox

    The fox is so frightened of the spider's that it's petrified!

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    Re: Gray Fox

    The fox looks a bit stoned to me !
    Last edited by Johnheatingman; 7th October 2017 at 12:14 PM.

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    Re: Gray Fox

    Quote Originally Posted by West Arm Rider View Post
    I hate to be the bearer of bad news, buddy, but that may not be a live Grey fox in your first frame. Some of the clues would be that it was likely fairly easy to sneak up on and the spider webs emanating from its ear. Its either fake or a great ambusher....


    Looking a bit too 'glassy eyed' for you, is it?
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    Re: Gray Fox

    A good catch Barrie.
    Ross
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