Shenandoah National Park seldom disappoints the photographer seeking wildlife photos.
A healthy, human acclimated, whitetail herd provides viewers and photographers alike with ample opportunities for close-up encounters.
Long lenses however helpful are not required to capture wildlife photographs in this wildlife Mecca.
And sometimes less commonly seen wildlife will appear for a photo op.
This was one shot where the 400mm saved the day. The coyote was trotting through the meadow when it sensed a mouse or vole. Stopping momentarily it then reversed direction and bounded into the air in an unsuccessful attempt to capture its tiny prey. Fortunately I was tracking the coyote through the lens and was able to hit the remote capturing the action as the coyote burst into the air.
wow. that's incredibly close!
They are all great, but that last one is a real winner!
Terrific series, but I LOVE the last shot. Nice work!
These are just amazing images. I would call these incredible close ups. :) The last image is a great shot.
That jump shot is excellent.
Great photos and a wonderful capture on the coyote jump. We get fox through our yard at times and it's so fascinating to watch them hunt.
Wow, I think I will go for the last one. It is probably for sure very impressive to be so close to wildlife, but man, the 400mm save your day as you said on the last one... That's an amazing shot!
Great shot!! I remember seeing a Golden Fox do the same thing. Can't imagine being able to capture it mid-air!!
incredible shots as always.
Thanks for sharing.
LOVE the coyote shot, Coy!
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