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    Default Black and White Fox

    Here is a black & white pic of a red fox that stops by the homestead from time to time.


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    I really like the picture - Awesome!

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    Nice shot Wikfhorn!
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    Superb!

    What camera/lens/iso?

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    Default Oooops!

    Quote Originally Posted by tull777 View Post
    Nice shot Wikfhorn!
    Sorry about that! I meant "Wolfhorn".

    That's what I get for trying to type in the dark.
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    Sweet. I have really grown to like B&W shots. Not too long ago, you couldn't pay me to do them. This one really has a comfortable feel to it. Good job!
    EricL

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    Thanks for the comments. I have a canon 30d, and I used a 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 lens.
    EricL, I have been really having fun with B&W landscapes. Here is a link to some of my stuff on flickr. http://www.flickr.com/photos/wolfhorn/

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    Nice composition . . .how much did you have to feed him to get him to pose for you . . . :-)

    Great pic.

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