Theo Bosboom - Midnight fox


I know, this picture is a bit unusual for me, because normally I don’t do a lot of wildlife. But sometimes you have to grab the opportunities that present themselves. In this case, the arctic fox showed up at the Latrabjarg cliffs (Iceland) around midnight, probably in search of food left by the tourists. Although it was far from tame, it was probably to some extent used to the presence of humans and therefore not as shy as usual. I was able to position myself in such a way that I could use part of the sea – with the beautiful light of the midnight sky reflected – as a background.


Tags: Arctic Fox, Iceland, latrabjarg, midnight sun

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