Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Yelowstone Canyon Pack...


These two wolves are from the Yellowstone Canyon Pack. I had the pleasure of watching this small pack feed on an Elk in the park last September. At the time they were referred to as a group but before the week was out they were renamed a pack. This is the closest I have ever been to the wolves in Yellowstone and it was a very exciting time. If memory serves me correct the first wolf is the female of the group.

I was out again this weekend shooting wildlife in the area, I didn't get any big game shots but I did shoot some ducks and squirrels, if we get the snow they are calling for maybe I will get a few more photos to post in the future. I have some other trips planned for the near future including the battle of the Bulge at Fort Indiantown Gap and a trip to Florida where I hope to shoot a space shuttle going up, the Nascar race and some Florida birds. I sure hope they all pan out so I can take a break from the older stuff.

4 comments:

Arija said...

Bradley, thank you for these wonderful shots of my Totem! They areebeautiful and in such good condition.

Leedra said...

It seems like people are bringing up memories for me this morning. NASCAR and camera. I was on the first row when Bobby Allison went through the fence at Talladega. They came down and asked for our names and when I got home the next day the local TV station called for an interview. They ended out using my photos for the news that night. My children got to go to the studio to see the show live. At the time they were 5 and 7 so it was very exciting for them. Go come back with NASCAR photos, we will enjoy the memories. Also, I have to many Feb races in Daytona, spent my honeymoon there. Don't go anymore.

Love the wolve photos too. Always enjoy seeing what you post.

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kjpweb said...

Oh wow! Wolves! Excellent captures - so is the smoke in the sky pic!
See you when you get here! :)

Cheers, Klaus

Ivar Ivrig said...

Great. I have never seen wolves out in nature, only in a zoo :-(