TImber Wolf, aka Grey Wolf, Omega Park, Quebec, Canada
Portfolio Parc Omega, Quebec
Nikon D90-Nikkor 18-1005mm lens, f/6.3, exposure time 1/160 sec,ISO – 200, focal length 105mm, max aperture 5, no flash
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This is my last post for the Omega Park wildlife and I will miss them…I may post more at a much latler date maybe once in a while…Thanks so much for viewing, commenting & features & favorites!!!
! was told I should remove that line This is my last post for the Omega Park wildlife and I will miss them…but since I would loose the comment all together…This is what I mean…Know this…I will be back again with more another time !!!! :-) thanks John
Wolf…the eyes connection
Thank you so much for you timeI have fulfilled a wonderful dreamWatching you and the othersI’ve not seen any of you meanYou played we watched You watched we photographedYou all played in the snow And we all laughedI would have stayed longerBut you know how time flysIt made me a lot strongerWhen I looked into your eyesSo goodbye for nowAnd let me thank youYou made it possibleMade my dream come true
they are so beautiful, my daughter went to the zoo yesterday, she said the Snow Leopards were gorgeous,great to see but sad to see such animals behind bars xx
I would love to photograph Snow Leoparts…it is sad that they have such beautiful creatures in Zoo and that is why I loved so much to see the animals at Park Omega…although they are contained in a park lifestyle they have a lot of room to roam around and it’s so fabulous to watch them…thanks Lynn..xx
Awww wow!!!!! A stunning capture, those are some gorgeous eyes, beautiful capture!!! :)))))))))))
AH! Vicki so nice to read comment like this….thanks!!! :-)
This is so beautiful briongs to mind anotjher poem
I am a wolf, hunting with my pack. With the young and old wolves waiting for meat to be brought back.
I am a wolf, and I must kill to survive. But isn’t that something we all must do in order to stay alive?
I am a wolf, withstanding man’s fear and hate. But many have come to love wolves, and for us that’s quite a treat.
I am a wolf, wild, fierce and free. Living in forests and mountains stretching as far as the eye can see.
I am a wolf, I’d never want to be anything more. And I hope that even after I’m gone, there will be wolves forevermore.
- © by Sloane J. 2006
OH! Malcom…thank you for sharing such a beautiful Poem and that you respected the Copyright!Wolves are an awesome animal and it will remain in my mind the whole experience of that day!!!Thanks so much!
Another great wolf shot!
John…thank you so much!!! :-)
These are a really great series of shots and I have been looking forward to them!!! Bill
I’m glad you appreciated my series…although I have many more captures to share I have to take a break from them for a long while…and might post more late in the year…Thanks so much!
I’ve enjoyed your series…beautiful work. Glad you shared them.
I’m so glad my friends and viewers love my series…and thanks so much Jack!
Lorraine, I have enjoyed this series immensely. As you may have already guessed, I love wolves and feel a spiritual connection to them. (The American natives believed that we each have an animal to which we connect spiritually.) Anyway, I have enjoyed your photographs so very much.
Nancy, my dear friend…so glad you like them as much as I … you would have loved this parkThanks so much for loving my wolves… !!!!!
February 5, 2013Beautiful work
Thank you so much Teresa!!!! I’ts so appreciated!!!
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