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Michael, these animals just look so ominous I’m afraid I wouldn’t stick around long enough for a fantastic shot like this, glad someone does it! National Geo quality. ;>
Thank you Vi. That’s the advantage of a big lens, one does not have to be so close to them
– Michael Cummings
really cool shot michael :))
Thank you very much Trish :-)
Great stuff, no doubt as to who’s number one in the heirachy here. Fabulous behavioural shot.
Thank you Marion
Very envious of you seeing these gorgeous animals …. great shot!
Thank you Byron, I know how you feel, I can never get enough of seeing them
Thank you very much
Those wolves pictures are fantastic, lucky you to go at Omega. From here it’s a long way but at least have I the pleasure to look your pictures. This one is nice for the camaraderie shared between both wolves. Thanks so much, great shots!
Thank you Nina, These two were actually horsing around. It is interesting to see them play. Just like big puppies
Anouther beautiful take Michael!
Thank you Bob :-)
Thank you Rick
Awesome capture, very beautiful animals!!!!!!!
Yes, they are amazing :-)
If there’s a need to anthropomorphize these fabulous beasts, this picture lends itself well – very conversational, this pose. More wonderful stuff, Michael.
Thank you very Sheila