where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
July 5, 2016 § 10 Comments
the surety of instinct
edges out all doubt
Tagged: babies, contemplation, doubt, early summer, fox, fox kit, instinct, learning, leaves, portrait, profile, self possessed, summer, sunlight, wild life
I don’t care what anyone thinks! Foxes are beautiful!
Foxes are so uncommon here, I’m not sure I’ve seen one more than three or four times. How wonderful to be able to see the young ones, too.
We have a red fox den in one of the rock walls – I watch for them every spring – but they are quite elusive. This year for some reason they frolicked on the grassy hill often, enjoying the early morning or late afternoon. A real treat!
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It would be interesting to watch these little ones as they grow to adulthood.
They have gone off to the woods now to learn to hunt- so wonderful to see them get their first looks at the world.
Oh foxy lady….
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