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Mike_Smith Plus
8 281 1 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2010 1:37PM
Beautiful shot of a beautiful animal

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jimmypaton 7 19 Scotland
8 Oct 2010 1:41PM
very good indeed
regards
jimmy
Excellent shot - wonderful light captured

Chris
Kyte 5
8 Oct 2010 1:49PM
Great shot, and well framed.
oooo Love this, outstanding work.
ripleysalien 9 1.2k 11 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2010 1:58PM
Nice light and the Wolf has the 1000yd stare down to a T
DeSilver Plus
8 13 11 England
8 Oct 2010 2:02PM
This series of wolves and bears of yours are fantastic as are the rest of your images in your portfolio.


David.
SandraKay Plus
9 233 4 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2010 2:11PM
Think this one is even better than the portrait version. Just excellent.
Sandra
8 Oct 2010 2:40PM
Both images are great for different reasons, I do prefer the landscape version. Emphasis is on the wolf without any distractions but still showing a natural terrain.
Chris
Richsr Plus
9 90 220 England
8 Oct 2010 3:54PM
Lovely light and great eye contact with the subject.
Well captured.
Regards Richard
8 Oct 2010 4:08PM
Lovely capture well done.
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
8 Oct 2010 4:23PM
Best so far Cheryl. Ron.
Hoffy Plus
11 262 16 England
8 Oct 2010 4:40PM
Wonderful capture Cheryl. Paul Smile
Coleslaw 10 13.4k 28 Wales
8 Oct 2010 5:21PM
excellent
Adderwatcher 6 60 19 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2010 5:34PM
Beautiful capture, the eye contact is excellent and i love the light.
Scott
csurry 14 9.2k 92
8 Oct 2010 6:34PM
Thanks all.

I guess in some ways the question is answered, however, I personally like the portrait version simply because it is different, and you never know one day someone might want a magazine cover Grin

OK so I have more chance of winning the Euromillions tonight, but it doesn't hurt to be optimistic.

David thanks for the UA, appreciated.
Dave_Holdham 7 4 1 Wales
8 Oct 2010 7:24PM
Nice work, wonderful image
tomcat Plus
10 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2010 9:28PM
This has been, or still is, a fantastic series of wildlife images Cheryl.
I am not sure what would give the greater buzz...seeing them or photographing them Smile
Perhaps one has to act like a doctor and get on with the togging, without the exhiliration of the event, clouding ones camera skills..if you get my drift.


Adrian
User_Removed 7 26 2 United States
8 Oct 2010 10:14PM
Wonderful shot! Love the detail and the colors.
Christina
Anjantoo 8 7 1 England
8 Oct 2010 10:46PM
Perfect!
Jann
xxx
9 Oct 2010 8:29AM
An excellent series, a very fine image, beautifully captured.
David
JouŠo Plus
12 56 Finland
9 Oct 2010 2:17PM
sus siunatkoon! Susi Suomesta Wink

Onnea !

Jouko
VivienO 6 1 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2010 8:22PM
Captivating image enhanced by dof and harmonious colours

Vivien
DRicherby 7 269 725 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2010 11:50PM
Having looked at both, I think this one is marginally stronger. The space in front of the wolf, that he's looking into, seems more relevant to me than what's behind him. OK, so this has no more space in front than the portrait version did but there is less space behind. Smile

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