I opened up my phone, well, I entered my facial recognition password with my face and my phone recognized it and then boom, I was struck by cuteness, immediately.

Maine photographer, Karl Ramsdel did not disappoint when he shared the most incredible photos of baby foxes, born in Maine, like, ever.

So here's the thing, babies and baby animals are something that we all need to give us a boost of pure goodness. The way that Karl takes his photos shows the purity and truth within each subject.

You can tell he does not intervene, he simply witnesses mother nature and the beauty she offers us. Karl is an admin on the popular Facebook Page, Maine Wildlife and that is where he shares his photos.

Karl Ramsdell via Facebook
Karl Ramsdell via Facebook
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These shots are so breathtaking and I needed to chat with Karl.

He told me,

I started about 4 years ago I’d say. A snowy owl inspired me to buy a camera. It was so beautiful and my phone wouldn’t reach it. So I went and bought a camera and started taking thousands of pics every day.

Karl, Photographer

It's so wonderful when a moment inspires you and then you turn it into your full time job. Karl shoots photos full time now and I would be surprised if he didn't.

These foxes were found in Southern Maine and the mama had 7 babies. As you can see the Mama loves her fox babies and they look so free and happy. I created a photo gallery below of all of adorable moments that Karl captured.

It's my life

Karl Ramsdel, Photographer

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