Last week, after the first day of my week long module, one of the other students pointed out to me a mother fox and two of her babies. The parking lot, which borders on a wooded area, was empty, and the mother seemed quite undisturbed until she saw us watching, and then she made haste. I found out the next day that there were not just 2 kits, but 7. During the course of the week, I saw them peeking out of the shrubs. On the last day, I managed to get a few pictures. I just got an 85mm lens, which while not the typical focal range for wildlife, suited my purposes.
I looked over the edge of the front walkway. He didn't even know I was there.
He realized I was spying on him, so he ran away from me. I stayed far enough behind so I wouldn't scare him. I could actually hear his mother calling him from the shrubs. I think he ignored her.
Once he made up his mind, he just kept on heading down the path toward the parking lot. School was done for the day!
Has it really been that long since I posted here? Well, we were in the grey of winter. Now, we are in the spring, and colour is coming along, although it's a cooler than normal spring.
For my birthday, I got an 85mm lens for my camera. I bought it mostly to take pictures of people or animals without having to get too close. I am not used to taking pictures with a fixed focal range, but I did get a few. I feel like it's been so long since I was out with my camera, I need to re-learn.