An unexpected and welcome thrill in Africa was coming upon a family of Bat-eared Foxes in the Serengeti. It was early in the morning and they were resting next to the road. We did not expect to see these interesting creatures during the day so it was a quite a treat. We sat a good distance away and watched them for a while until the mother gave the signal, and they all got up and disappeared into the grass. My reference pictures were not very good so I really didn’t think I would be able to do an image of them. But when I asked God for help in deciding what to do a picture of next, I found this wood with a grain line in it that reminded me of the foxes huge ears.
Original on Pecan
6" x 12"
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