Yellowstone - grizzly, coyote, wolf and fox

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These were taken in Yellowstone & Grand Teton early June 08.

Comments are always welcome!

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Very nice work. I recognize some of them. The wolf looks like one that hangs at sheepeaters ridge and the fox look from Jackson hole. I was there a week before youit seems
 
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Very nice work. I recognize some of them. The wolf looks like one that hangs at sheepeaters ridge and the fox look from Jackson hole. I was there a week before youit seems
Dave, you were right about the foxes, but the wolf was at the Hayden valley. Thanks for fixing the other thread!

Thanks, Torben for commenting!
 
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Stunning images. I would love to go in June. I was surprised to see so much snow. I always go in late September for the colors, but really want to go earlier. Looks like you were rewarded with some great images. Well done.
 
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Quy,

FANTASTIC man !!! Beautiful striking images !!!

You guys are so blessed with having such outstanding wildparks, I'm soooo jealous !!!
I guess that most parks are quite a few times the size of Belgium :)
These images are really magazine material !!!
I'm a huge fan of deer (roe deer and red deer) and foxes are one of my beloved subjects as well but boy oh boy that third pic of yours is simply stunning.
A bear is such a powerful animal and the black and white gives this picture the edge. I'm a big fan of simplicity and I like the sense of darkness. This picture has it all.

I hope to make the big trip over there, I guess having a guide is a necessity then.

Keep up the good work man !!!


Regards

Johan
 
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Johan, thanks for deep feeling and commenting! If you want information about the parks, let me know. I might have some experience from last trip!
 
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Quy -
These are beautiful! I was there starting on June 15, and the weather was significantly warmer then.
What lens are you shooting with? Is it the 500?
Thanks,
Eric
Thanks, Eric! Yes, it's Nikon 500mm F4 AFS. Except the grizzly and cub on the road, I used 70-200mm (they were walking very close by toward my car)!
 
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Quy all are great pictures.
Question on #9 were you laying on the ground / grass to get the fox picture? That is a very neat shot. Gene'o
 
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Hi Gene'o, thanks for looking! I was not laying on the ground for that shot. I was standing with my tripod. The fox was standing behind the grasses with only his head visible!
 

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