Emerging from its den in southern Estonia, a fox kit appears to weigh the presence of Kalmer Lehepuu’s camera lens. The photographer had waited for the kits to grow big enough to start leaving the den, and it was on one beautiful evening, he writes, that the mother went to get food and left the kits on their own, letting Lehepuu sneak closer to observe them.
Lehepuu’s photo was recently featured in the Daily Dozen.
from National Geographic http://bit.ly/1PaF80Q
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