Fox dines on rabbit

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Fox dines on rabbit

I am thankful to Canon for retailing the first affordable DSLR back in 2003, the Digital Rebel 300D. It set me off on a journey of discovery, adventure and fun and I haven't looked back since.

I use what works and the 7D MK2 still works great after 6+ years of continuous use. No intention of upgrading to the latest and greatest. Maybe I will be tempted in a couple of years when the next iteration of the R6 comes out.

I live in a great city with plenty of subjects to photograph. If you are into birds or wildlife, we have plenty of photo ops right here in the city. Red foxes do well in urban settings. Been following a family of these foxes since spring.

Cloudy and sometimes overcast with the sun peeking thru only at end of day. Shooting mostly at ISO 2,000 at f4 to get the shutter speed to stop action. Momernts where I should have upped it to ISO 4,000 so I could shoot at f/5.6 instead of f/4. Even better, I should have shot in Manual mode. Was tooexcited to see all the action unfolding before me and didn't want to spook the foxes.

Canpn 70-200 2.8L IS III. Found one fox dining on a large rabbit. Thanks for looking. One person posted that rabbit tastes BETTER than chicken as does squirrels.


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Canon EOS 7D Mark II
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