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Wolf

By KJackson
Taken a few weeks ago at Woburn Safari Park. The first time ever that I have seen wolves active. This for me was an amazing experience, I sat and watched this one for ages standing on a hill.

I dared to roll the car window down without the ranger shouting at me, I squeezed my lens through. The weather was awful and pouring down. Not the best quality I know but the best wolf image I have ever taken! It was one of those moments when you wished you had a longer lens.

All CC welcome, Large option available.

Thanks for looking.

Tags: General Pets and captive animals

Voters: woodlark, Imagephotographics, Suehh and 11 more


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Comments


30 Aug 2009 4:19PM
Great shot - the rain has added an atmosphere to the image - glad you did'nt lose an arm in the process. Well done.

Chris

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Suehh 9 39 6 England
30 Aug 2009 4:49PM
Great capture - and very brave of you! Susan
KJackson 8 7 1 England
30 Aug 2009 4:51PM
I was more worried about the ranger shouting at me! The wolf was very far away. Thanks for the comments Smile
sherlob Plus
10 2.7k 126 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2009 5:13PM
I like this Karen, but it seems a little too dark on my monitor (which I calibrated a day or so ago), it also seems to lack just a little contrast. How about checking the levels in PS, and then applying a fine tweak to the curves?

Just a thought.

Adam
KJackson 8 7 1 England
30 Aug 2009 5:19PM
Thanks Adam I did lift it with curves as it was a little dark but perhaps not enough Wink Appreciate your comment.
sherlob Plus
10 2.7k 126 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2009 7:20PM
Much better Karen.
arhb Plus
8 2.9k 68 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2009 8:54PM
Great shot - the rain adds great dramam to it.
Well captured.
KJackson 8 7 1 England
30 Aug 2009 11:09PM
Thank you! I have been admiring your wolf images....much better than mine. I will try and visit the Wolf Centre.

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