Wolves ...

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Great day in Canada (prov of quebec) as it was warm and sunny.

I am still kicking myself on this one because I did not get the legs in the frame. Sometimes 300mm is too strong ...

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As per Usual, questions and comments welcome ... :lol:
 
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My favorite animal

Great job on these love the color and they are just so sharp. I love these animals, there is a place near me called the Lakota Wolf Preserve and they offer paid shoots for wolves and bobcats, just might have to try this place out
 
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Just one word. SUPERB !!!

I can't wait having free time to post-process mine.

PS. Boobie Joe and me went a Economuseum yesterday morning, West side of Montreal and we got a lot for our money (7$ adult and 4$ kids over 4)
 
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HI Mike ...

mlrphoto said:
Just one word. SUPERB !!!

I can't wait having free time to post-process mine.

PS. Boobie Joe and me went a Economuseum yesterday morning, West side of Montreal and we got a lot for our money (7$ adult and 4$ kids over 4)
Can't wait to see yours ... I know you had much better fox shots than what I was able to produce.
 
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Thank you

for posting this magnificant animals

Ain't these the most beautiful there are on this planet

Awfully great work
 

JC

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Breathtaking, Yves. Really awesome. I loved Jim Brandenburg's book on arctic wolves and would love to see one about grays.

I guess your practice with squirrels paid off. :)

Joel
 
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Very nice. I noticed you shot 2 with the D2h and 2 with the D70. For crops and/or larger prints, which do you prefer and why?
 
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Baywing said:
Very nice. I noticed you shot 2 with the D2h and 2 with the D70. For crops and/or larger prints, which do you prefer and why?
How large do you mean.

My usual size is 10X15 inches. The D2X and D70 are pretty much equal at that size. Even on larger sizes, I like the D2H for the color rendering.
 

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