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Old Mar 31, 2012, 2:01 PM   #1
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Chinese Wolf (sub-species of Eurasian Wolf).

Actually there was a pack of 6 having a fine 'ol time chasing each other through muddy puddles !



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G'day FF

Most impressive - lots of detail, beautiful fur
As you were [obviously] very close were these wolves 'pets' or domesticated?? or were you in a hide watching wild animals etc etc??

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Looks evil...very nice!
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Really like these, the detail in the fur is awesome!
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Indeed very detailed, and wonderfully expressive.
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Superb! And what a lens, I assume it was the Pentax DA*300/4. That first photo is really sharp for f4.
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Fantastic shots, Kevin.
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As some people commented the border of the original image, mistakenly posted, intruded slightly on the Wolf's jawline, the replacement above is the version I had intended to post. Thank you.
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