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Dec 16, 2012 23:56 as a reply to  @ post 15375741 |  #16

Great shot...The cemetary setting is befitting of the forlorn expression on the coyote's face.


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Dec 19, 2012 09:18 |  #17

Not many cats around there I bet!


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Dec 22, 2012 09:57 |  #18

I live pretty close to you, and I had a coyote in my back yard this week. Totally not concerned with being around houses.


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Dec 22, 2012 10:49 |  #19

Living in Phoenix, this is quite common. They are everywhere in our suburban neighborhoods. Coyotes are amazingly adaptable to close proximity with humans, and explains why they flourish and wolves do not. Every time I have come up on a coyote, they do the same thing. They run behind the closest shrub and stand still, until they eventually figure out that I can still see them and trot off. Beautiful and cunning creatures.

You captured a truly dramatic moment in time.




  
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Dec 27, 2012 10:29 |  #20

Thank you all again very much. rrblint, I got that feeling from the image also, and liked it due to that fact, but was worried others may not feel the same. Treeofliberty, thank you sir!

I have added a B&W version due to the requests I have gotten to see it in B&W. I think it is quite nice that way also, and gives it another feel.


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Dec 27, 2012 11:19 |  #21

Really like the monochrome one - gives it more of a journalistic look documenting city wildlife.




  
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Dec 29, 2012 16:07 |  #22

I much prefer the color version; the slight reddish colors in the coat look great.


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Jan 20, 2013 20:38 |  #23

"Coyotes are pretty uncommon"

You must not come up to north Florida, Coyotes are Very Common......


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