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Paul

Pic of fox in the middle of color change

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I had to work in Glenfeild and Langdon ND over the weekend and on the way home today I saw this little critter int the ditch. I was able to get about 50 pics of him before he got away from my 300 mm zoom.

[image]roadsidefox1.jpg[/image]

[image]IMG_2173.jpg[/image]

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Dahitman44

Very cool -- never seen that before.

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dragon81

Is there a trick to seeing the pics on this site. It usually just says "image" on mine. THANKS

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Wookiee

Delete the first and last set of image words when you post the pic.

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Jim Uran

Yes Go to My Home at the top of this page, go into display preferances and scroll down, there is an option to be able to view images with peoples posts, make sure yours says "yes". That should fix it and if not I'm clueless.

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dragon81

THANKS A LOT, I turned that on to YES, however I still cant get that pic of the fox. Oh well I think with the change in my preferences it should work more often...

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Paul

Make sure you are logged in. some websites you must be logged in to see pics. Not sure about this one though.

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cliffy

Cool Pics...thanks for sharing.

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tacklebox7FF

never seen that before either... good pictures!! I haven't seen too many fox around... more coyotes than anything..

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Paul

Ya it is kinda cool to be in the right place at the right time. I generally have my big camera with me when I am ont he road just in case. I would have probably got a better picture had I not had the camera stuffed in the back of the van with my gear. Oh well. Right time right place.

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