A Dutch photographer photographed a red fox making the most of the chilly European winter in a series of genuinely beautiful photographs. Roeselien Raimond was enamored with these gorgeous creatures for over a decade, and nature fans were enamored with her work of art.
Due to the severe temperatures and significant snowfall in Northern Europe, Roeselien realized this would be a great chance for her to take some adorable photos with one of her favorite wild animals, the European red fox. Her intuition and expertise finally paid off in a way that not even she could have predicted.
“It’s been years since I’ve had the opportunity to picture foxes in a snowstorm,” the great photographer explained. “For as long as I can remember, foxes have piqued my interest. They merely sit, grin, and proudly endure their fate, waiting for the warmth and sun to come by, no matter how cold it gets or how hard the snow falls…”
She’d been driving for many hours till she arrived in a forested location where winter had taken hold, expecting to see a fox. She was not let down in the end.
“I knew this was going to be a dangerous business.” Roeselien told Bored Panda, “I had no clue if I’d ever arrive, and I’d prefer not worry about ever getting home.” “I held my breath and didn’t dare to move, and she sat silently while the snow fell around her.” She was utterly unfazed by the snowstorm. She appeared to adore that new white world as much as I did!”
Currently, there is a highly negative impression about foxes throughout Europe, which Roeselien hopes to alter via her work!
“I’d like to show the world foxes as I see them, not as I see them today,” she explained. “They were terrified of us because they were hunted practically everywhere in the globe, and [they] were forced to go nocturnal solely to escape us people,” says the author.
“I seldom find myself in the right location at the right moment,” Roeselien adds, “and I wind myself in a wonderful winter fairy tale with one joyful fox who, even now, can still make me — and hopefully others — smile.” “It’s also comforting to know that magic can happen.” Also, or at the very least, you don’t anticipate it right now.”