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Taken in Quebec, Canada
The Arctic wolves seem to be getting more gray as the season progresses.
Nikon D3001/2000F5.0ISO 500EV 0.00Pattern MeteringNo Flash200 mmHand HeldWB Shade
arctic wolf, canine, forest, habitat, hunter, nature, pack, predator, wildlife, woodland
What a wonderful capture Michael!
Thank you Once again
– Michael Cummings
super capture Michael !
Thank you Jon
Beautiful photo, love your other work also.
Thank you Shelly
Oh my , what an absolute beauty! So misunderstood it breaks my heart. Super catch Michael.
I am with you there Lee-Anne. To think we at one time almost made all forms of Wolves extinct.
wow, amazing shot!
Thank you Shannon
I love your image and work, Michael!! Excellent:)
Thank you Catherine
Excellent shot Michael, great winter scene!
I am surprised the Arctic Wolves are getting so gray. They are looking more like Timber Wolves but smaller
You know Michael, where I live, people still shoot them for no reason whenever they want and yet I struggle to photograph them in their glory. Poor, poor animals.
That is such a sad state of affairs for humankind. Shoot first. If things are not bothering you leave them alone. I sometimes wonder how we survived our own evolution.
A magnificent image. The ‘who are YOU looking at’ notion is badly overworked, I think, but this one really qualifies!
Thank you Sheila
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