The tundra of Alaska’s arctic coast is hunted frequently by birds and fox, in particular, looking for rodents. I watched this red fox (in an cross fox color phase-its actually the same species just a variation in color), catch a number of rodents in a very short time. The fresh fallen snow is a contrasting element to the animals dark black fur. And those yellow eyes, wow, they really are penetrating. I took this picture from inside a vehicle, shooting across through the opposite window in certainly less than ideal conditions. Many of them were soft from essentially grab shots while hand holding a 500mm lens on an animal whose movements are often and often unpredictable.