I was at the Fox site again this afternoon, where it was as confiding as ever. It really is an unforgettable experience having it come so close, and something I won't forget for a while. I assume that, as it is a young one, the time is approaching where it will have to find its own territory, and so my days with it are certainly numbered. Anyway, here are some images.
When I found it in a small copse, it was sitting in the leaves, but was very dark there, too dark for any photographs. I waited a little while, and it came trotting out and sat on a mound of grass in front of a nice dark background.
After a while, it moved off, only to turn around and come back again after investigating some Wood Pigeons under a large Oak tree.
It then came into a patch of leaves. This was taken fully zoomed out at 200mm, and I was really struggling to keep it in the frame (this has set me wondering about a new lens, 70-200, or a wide angle maybe?). It grabbed a leaf for a couple of seconds, and I was able to get this shot. Straight after, it leapt up into the air and pounced. I waited eagerly for it to re-emerge with what I hoped might be a small rodent, only to see it come up with a towel!