Mounted staff were exercising the Red Oak Foxhounds, as photographer Jody Ciliberto followed in her car. She saw a sudden commotion—fingers pointing, hounds jumping, sterns waving. Jody jumped out of the car with her Canon 60D fitted with a 35mm to 200mm lens, managed to get within ten feet, and took her shots.
“I was happy for days,” Jody writes. “It’s not often I get a chance to photograph a fox that isn’t running away!”
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Posted August 24, 2015