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    Random photos

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    Some random photos, since I'm playing with my camera stuff these days.

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    Great shots AK!

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    Nicely done AKaviator!

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    Awesome shots.

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    Very cool! Thanks
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    Great shots, AK!


    That fox has got one pretty winter coat.

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    Awesome pictures! That first one sure is nice, thanks for sharing.

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    Nice! I'm partial to the fox shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ando_31 View Post
    Nice! I'm partial to the fox shot.
    Thanks, that fox was way up on the north slope, they "prime up" pretty good up there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKaviator View Post
    Thanks, that fox was way up on the north slope, they "prime up" pretty good up there!
    Did you get to watch the fox hunt at all? I watched a video sent to me via email by a friend which documented how fox hunt mice in the snow. Research showed that the fox was much more likely to connect with a mouse if he was facing north while he pounced into the snow. It was one of the most interesting videos I've seen in recent years. I will try to find a link to it later and post it up for those that haven't seen it. It has amazing footage and a very interesting theory.

 

 

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