On a rather damp cycle ride with MyMate John (of Hunting the Golden Lion fame) a few days ago, he drew my attention to this fox foraging in the front garden of a cottage.
Of course he knew that it was there because he also knew that it was a statue.
From our viewpoint in the lane, I could not see sufficiently clearly to discover what the fox was made of.
It could have been carved from a log.
Would this, I wondered, have made it faux fir?
See how a real fox copes with being hunted, visit my post: http://martinlloydauthor.blogspot.co.uk/2015/01/hunting-fox-in-tenterden.html