I took this photo back during the summer. I had been watching a group of fox cubs for a
couple of weeks on the railway over the otherside of the farm and had this specific shot
in mind as I had watched the cubs constantly criss cross the line.
I had planned the shot to freeze the fox completely but this the only decent opportunity I
got was when the cubs where late out that evening and it was going to be impossible to
use a higher enough shutter speed in the low setting sunlight.
I therefore held the camera as still as possibe with the aid of a beanbag and lowered the
shutterspeed deliberately to give the effect of movement, which I hope you'll agree has worked?