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WOW Mike .. one of your master shots for sure!!Amazing fav fav favJohn
Thank you very much John :-)
– Michael Cummings
Fantastic capture Michael!!!!
Thank you very much :-)
Chilling out! I wouldn’t mind being a wolf in the next life it that’s how they spend their days :D Great shot.
This is the normal position for most animals, it’s humans that feel laying down resting is a waste of time or being lazy
LOVE! You know, I just ran through some images of wolf rugs and they were all arctic beauties. I just can’t figure out why anyone would want a dead, unmoving one when they can feast their eyes on images like this which could easily grace their walls. Thanks for allowing me to see them the way they are meant to be seen.
Unfortunately Lee-Anne there is still a market for the pelts because of the pure white winter colour, same reason as the fur of the Polar Bear is found on people floors. I hate to say this it is the wealthy that waste an animal in this way, good thing there aren’t more of them or all the animals would be extinct
Oh I definitely don’t think laying down is a waste of time. I’m a big fan! :D
Me too :-)))
Great, great photo. We had a pack in the neighborhood years ago that more closely resembled the dominant older wolf standing—so beautiful to see them run wild.
Thanks Jan, these are only semi-wild in a protected area, not many wolves this far south, lots of Coyotes though
So very beautiful Michael :o)
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