One evening walk outside Henningsvær (Lofoten, Norway) became a wonderful experience. We were looking for birds to photograph but they were soon forgotten. A movement in the grass beside the trail caught my attention, and there sat a fox puppy looking at us. After some quick pictures we discovered several more around us.
The heap of stones by the stand for drying fish rack was visited several days that vacation. The puppies eventually got used to us and when we sat motionless they came close and sniffed our legs. The parent couple we barely saw. They were busy fetching food and when they came by, they studied us from a distance, dropped the snack for the puppies and were off.