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Scottes
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 11:23
These two were quite cooperative - I'm sure that all of us got some form of this shot as they stayed like this and just watched us. This is, by far, my favorite shot of the weekend. (Did I mention that I like wolves?)

http://www.itsanadventure.com/postimages/GCPS_6012.jpg

CyberDyneSystems
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 11:26
Schweeeeeet :)

Thats really priceless :)

IanD
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 11:28
Excellent shot of the twins. They were cute wern't they?

PacAce
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 11:32
Nice shot, Scott.

I'm glad to see that some of that caffeine had worn off by the time you got to these beauties. :lol:

BTW, you wouldn't by chance like wolves, would you? ??? :mrgreen:

ssim
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 14:28
Nice shot Scott. Personally I think that they were just eyeing you up for supper.

If I remember right you might have mentioned your thing for wolves just once or twice :? :?

JZaun
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 15:04
WOW that is nice.. Lovely, art! did I say it was nice :D

JZ

robekert
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 15:55
Excellent shot.
Rob

Belmondo
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 16:01
Very nice.
:wink:
They almost look real. :wink:

KirkM
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 16:01
Very nice! You couldn't ask for a nicer pose :)

Kirk

LazyPhotographer
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 16:08
That's a terrific shot... congratulations!

From the looks on their faces - I'm pretty sure they're trying to figure out if you taste like chicken or not. :)

cmM
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 16:55
Very nice.
:wink:
They almost look real. :wink:

LMAO !!!!!!

very nice shot, Scott.

thomascanty
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 17:03
Very cool shot! I'd be proud of that one, too.

Tom W
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 17:29
That's a really nice shot, Scott. Suitable for framing IMHO!

Lone Wolf 75
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 18:08
Great Shot, looks like you got their attention! I also love wolves (as if you couldn't tell from my avatar and screen name).

Lamplight
7th of June 2004 (Mon), 18:39
Great shot, no wonder it's your favorite! :)

KevinO
8th of June 2004 (Tue), 00:08
Great Shot!

I agree with Tom W, have it mounted!

NILOLIGIST
8th of June 2004 (Tue), 07:51
They look so sweet and harmless. Nice shot!!

NiL,

Scottes
8th of June 2004 (Tue), 07:57
Thanks folks. And yes, this one is getting mounted and framed for sure.

marie
9th of June 2004 (Wed), 09:53
These two were quite cooperative - I'm sure that all of us got some form of this shot as they stayed like this and just watched us. This is, by far, my favorite shot of the weekend. (Did I mention that I like wolves?)

http://www.itsanadventure.com/postimages/GCPS_6012.jpg



:shock:
wow wow and wow

that is a most wonderful and beautiful shot Scott

I love it

:) :)

arogop
9th of June 2004 (Wed), 13:15
What lens did you use?

Scottes
9th of June 2004 (Wed), 13:20
Canon 100-400
ISO 200
F/8
1/250
Averaged Metering
EC -2/3
Handheld @400mm

Ballen Photo
9th of June 2004 (Wed), 13:59
These two were quite cooperative - I'm sure that all of us got some form of this shot as they stayed like this and just watched us. This is, by far, my favorite shot of the weekend. (Did I mention that I like wolves?)


Awesome shot there Scottes, This WAS in a Zoo, wasn't it? :shock:
........Bruce

Scottes
9th of June 2004 (Wed), 15:03
It's kind of a zoo, kind of a small preserve. Definitely captive.

Basically the Eco Museum in Montreal takes care of animals that can't be released to the wild because they're either injured or bonded to humans. The animals are kept in natural habitats where possible - the wolves were kept in a large (2-3 acre?) fenced section. What's really nice is that this place is set up to be photographer-friendly - there are always places where you can take a fence-free picture, and you can just about always keep the hand of man out of your pictures.

Ballen Photo
9th of June 2004 (Wed), 15:09
It's kind of a zoo, kind of a small preserve. Definitely captive.

Basically the Eco Museum in Montreal takes care of animals that can't be released to the wild because they're either injured or bonded to humans. The animals are kept in natural habitats where possible - the wolves were kept in a large (2-3 acre?) fenced section. What's really nice is that this place is set up to be photographer-friendly - there are always places where you can take a fence-free picture, and you can just about always keep the hand of man out of your pictures.

Nice! Thanks for the info. :D
-Bruce

peter/c
9th of June 2004 (Wed), 15:29
Excellent shot..its like some twin headed beast LOL

Mills
10th of June 2004 (Thu), 22:54
That one is so good it needs to go back to the Head of the Class !!!! (read page 1). Beautiful majestic animals. And they are cute too.

Scottes
10th of June 2004 (Thu), 23:08
That one is so good it needs to go back to the Head of the Class !!!! (read page 1).

ROFLMAO! Saved from that dreaded Page 2 Syndrome!

ToddEly
11th of June 2004 (Fri), 10:26
That is a awsome shot. They look so at home, and doing what they do best... Keeping an eye on the strangers lurking around their place.

- Todd

tommykjensen
11th of June 2004 (Fri), 10:34
That one is so good it needs to go back to the Head of the Class !!!! (read page 1).

ROFLMAO! Saved from that dreaded Page 2 Syndrome!

hehe theres an easy solution for that! Pekka just needs to adjust the number of topics displayed on each page to 1000 :lol:

Nice shot, I wish I have a park like that around here. In the zoo its not always easy to get photos without the distracting fences.

cindavphoto
11th of June 2004 (Fri), 10:40
Really nice shot. Definately poster material.

Bruce Hamilton
11th of June 2004 (Fri), 14:58
It's kind of a zoo, kind of a small preserve. Definitely captive.

Explains why they didn't run...

arumdevil
11th of June 2004 (Fri), 16:23
are wolves dangerous? I don't buy it!

great snaptureā„¢