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Apr 11, 2004 07:55 |  #1

This was taken at a local wolf preservation place. I dug through some old photos and used this to illustrate a point, and I thought I'd share.

The point about this photo is that it was taken through 2 chain link fences set about 3' apart. I pressed the lens hood up to the first fence - aimed through one of the holes - and the long focal length helped hide the second. At this size you can't even tell there were fences in the way.

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Apr 11, 2004 07:58 |  #2

Nice image of a sleeping puppy :lol:


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Apr 11, 2004 08:05 |  #3

Excellent capture Scottes. You certainly cannot tell that it was taken through chainlink fence.


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Apr 11, 2004 09:28 |  #4

Wolves look so much like Huskies, or I guess I should say Huskies look like Wolves. They must be closely related? As was said, definitely can't tell it was shot through a fence. Nice capture.


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Apr 11, 2004 09:54 |  #5

Nice capture throught a fence.. I tried it with bears but couldn't get close enough to the fence ?!

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