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This wonderful specimen of red fox approached me without any fear while I was walking on my trail, and she accompained me along my hiking for more than a hour. I had the chance to photograph this incredibly friendly fox with all my lenses, from 12 to 200 mm. Actually, I made a complete portfolio of her, of more than 70 pictures! I took this picture at around 13:00, while I was headed to the lakes area of the Gran Paradiso National Park, the largest wild area of Italy. This park is located in the Western Alps around the border between Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta, and it is truely a wildlife paradise. Many species live there, such as chamoises, ibexes, marmots, eagles, hawks, foxes and, recently re-introduced, grey wolves and black bears.
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This image copyright Paolo De Faveri 2008. .Any use of this photograph without the expressed written consent of the author is strictly prohibited by Italian and international copyright law. Violations will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
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Wildlife Photography - Living World, Essential Verticals
This wonderful specimen of red fox approached me without any fear while I was walking on my trail, and she accompained me along my hiking for more than a hour. I had the chance to photograph this incredibly friendly fox with all my lenses, from 12 to 200 mm. Actually, I made a complete portfolio of her, of more than 70 pictures!   I took this picture at around 13:00, while I was headed to the lakes area of the Gran Paradiso National Park, the largest wild area of Italy. This park is located in the Western Alps around the border between Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta, and it is truely a wildlife paradise. Many species live there, such as chamoises, ibexes, marmots, eagles, hawks, foxes  and, recently re-introduced, grey wolves and black bears.