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Wakanda

Posted by
B. Thomas (Arlington, Texas, United States) on 15 April 2009 in Animal & Insect and Portfolio.

"We listened for a voice crying in the wilderness. And we heard the jubilation of wolves!”
~ Durwood L. Allen

SONY DSC-F828 1/200 second F/5.6 ISO 64 35 mm

Marie LC from Voiron, France

Thanks to your message Barbara. Love cats and love dogs too. This one is splendid !

15 Apr 2009 6:12am

@Marie LC: Glad you like him.

Drey from Toulouse, France

beautiful wolf!

15 Apr 2009 9:24am

@Drey: Glad you like him.

Kathe from Marquette, Michigan, United States

I love the composition on this one. :^)

15 Apr 2009 11:21am

@Kathe: Thank you. It was just dumb luck. ;-)

Gimena Escobar Lastra from Buenos Aires, Argentina

Your serie is very beautiful...thank you so much for share it with us!
I don´t have wolfs in my country... they are amazing
Thank you for capture the greatness of these animals
See ya :D

15 Apr 2009 1:23pm

@Gimena Escobar Lastra: Thank you. I still have a few more to post.

Veronelle from Lens, France

wunderfull capture

15 Apr 2009 1:46pm

@Veronelle: Thanks.

Don from spokane, United States

This is a beautiful, wild animal. I admire how wolves can survive so well. This is a fine image of this one.

15 Apr 2009 3:11pm

@Don: Thank you. The wolves were almost wiped out it this country and there is such a storm of controversary about them, but they are such beautiful animals.

Full Sprint from waterloo, Canada

SUPER ! Light is really gorgeous on that pretty wolf !!!

15 Apr 2009 3:44pm

@Full Sprint: Thanks. I wasn't thrilled with the tree shadow in the middle, but I couldn't just ask him to move over a little. ;-)

Scott Schilling from San Martin, United States

These are beautiful and amazing animals - wonderful photos and thanks for your comment! Keep up the great work!

15 Apr 2009 3:59pm

@Scott Schilling: Thanks.

Anouk from Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Waw! Great animal!!

15 Apr 2009 4:09pm

@Anouk: Yes, they are. Glad you like them.

dogilicious from Millerstown, PA, United States

Very beautiful collection of shots. They are very inspirational animals. A principal I used to work for would draw comparisons between adolescent group behavior and wolf pack behavior. Very interesting.

15 Apr 2009 4:37pm

@dogilicious: That's cool. The wolf are very social animals. They even mate for life!

Josie from Arlington, TX, United States

Barbara, I love all your photos of these wonderful wolves.

15 Apr 2009 5:06pm

@Josie: Hey, Josie, glad you like them. ;-)

willow from Chelsea, United States

Another beauty. It's the eyes that make this one special.

15 Apr 2009 6:20pm

@willow: Thanks.

wickedful from Vancouver, Canada

Doesn't he looks majestic? Wow!

15 Apr 2009 7:26pm

@wickedful: Thanks for looking and your comment.

isidro from Spain

estupenda captura!!

15 Apr 2009 7:52pm

@isidro: Thank you.

roland.theys from charleroi, Belgium

beautiful wolf!

15 Apr 2009 9:28pm

@roland.theys: Thank you.

Photosanity from Folsom, United States

You have captured the power and majesty well in this photo - the eyes are fixated on something - glad its not me :-). Not sure if you are aware but there is a movement in the US to take the wolves off the endangered list. This means that wolves that travel out of Yellowstone could be shot by local ranchers. Sorry to make a sort of political statement but if you are against that and want to try to help - go to http://www.nrdconline.org/campaign/biogems_wolves_bighowl and send out a letter to share your voice in the effort to leave them on the endangered list.

15 Apr 2009 9:57pm

@Photosanity: YES, you are so right! Thank you for the web site!! I was not sure about saying that myself. I could add a lot more about how wolves are hunted and killed in Alaska, etc. but don't get me started. ;-) Thanks for caring about them.

Bethany from Michigan, United States

Wonderful!

15 Apr 2009 10:45pm

@Bethany: Thanks.

mangAnto from bandung, Indonesia

love it..

15 Apr 2009 11:33pm

@mangAnto: Hey, thanks. Just keep the cats away. ;-)

SONY DSC-F828
1/200 second
F/5.6
ISO 64
35 mm