A family of urban foxes live in an area of my garden that I’ve purposely left wild. They often come onto the main lawn to play and relax in the sun - especially when I leave the grass to grow. I’d just cut the overgrown lawn and piled the grass cuttings in a corner. It wasn’t long before a fox appeared, climbed the pile and yawned before settling down for a nap. I took this photo from my dining room table, slowly closing the curtains to avoid him noticing me, and poking my lens through the gap.
Crop, Temperature adjustment, saturation and clarity enhancement using Adobe Lightroom.
Canon 7D, ISO 200, 400mm, f5.6, 1/200Sec