Morning light rouses a red fox
MORNING SUN lights the face of a red fox as it emerges from its den at the Lake Erie Nature and Science Center in Ohio. Devoted to education and wildlife rehabilitation, the center acquired this fox from people who had raised it as a pet, habituating it to humans and crippling its ability to survive in the wild. Using a telephoto lens, photographer Ken Busch was “surprised” by this unexpected—and lovely—moment.
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