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Posing in the sunshine

I made the most of my time off today with a trip to the British Wildlife Centre [britishwildlifecentre.co.uk] along with my Dad and friends Sharon [webdzine.typepad.com]and Andrew. The light was a bit hit and miss but the sun popped out from behind the clouds at strategic moments and rather conveniently this often happened when the animals we were watching at the time were striking a particularly photogenic pose!

I've never had much luck with the Centre's polecats before but this little cutie was very happy to pose for me this afternoon!

Surveying one's territory…

This Red Deer fawn was particularly photogenic.

A visit to the Centre wouldn't be complete without a fox portrait - especially for Dan!

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    • # David Swatton

      What a great collection - you were certainly lucky with the light.... and that's another place added to the places to visit!

      2011.10.26 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Olga Helys

      So lovely animal
      Great DOF
      Nice details and colours of the furs
      Like so much the eye expressions
      Thanks

      2011.10.26 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Josy

      Animals are stars and I like your set and you knew how to make a beautiful series of portraits, Helen

      2011.10.26 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Brenda Nelson

      The polecat is precious; the fawn is fantastic, but the red fox is really fabulous! Wonderful post!

      2011.10.26 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Larry Nelson

      Great captures, Helen! Animals don't take posing directions very well, but you must speak their language!

      2011.10.26 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Marsha

      Oh, yes....this is a super cute post, Helen!! Great captures of these little critters...really nice color and clarity! Last shot is just beautiful!

      2011.10.25 Edited Reply Cancel

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