Three Canada Geese flying by at the Edwin B. Forsythe wildlife refuge in Brigantine, NJ, in late February of this year (2012).
22 July 2012: There is a family of foxes living in a wooded area of our backyard. Once in a while they run across our lawn. In this photo, on a beautiful spring day, they came out and romped around for about five minutes. I had to hurry to grab my camera and was able to take half a dozen shots. This one turned out to be the best.
11 March 2014: Almost two years later, we still see the foxes once in a while, or signs that they are still around. The number of rabbits has decreased dramatically, a boon to our vegetable garden which used to be a buffet restaurant for the rabbits. If only the foxes could chase away the crows which have decimated our Asian pear trees to the point that we can barely get half a dozen pears out of thousands.
This is one of the first photos I took at the Edwin B. Forsythe Wildlife Refuge in Brigantine, NJ. You can click on it to view a larger size image, but it is a rather large file.
I have printed this one out on 8×10 paper and it looks quite nice, framed and hanging on the wall.