Observing Nature

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  1. abraxas

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    Very cool. The landscape is nice but the guy on the left makes it, excelent shot.

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    Really cool shot, I didn't notice the wolf at first lol, just saw a nice landscape and then I noticed it :p
     
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    Very well framed and timed shot - was this shot taken on the move by chance? I ask as its got a slight blur to its look - like one might get from shooting from a car?
     
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    Would have been a great shot but the blur kind of ruins it in my opinion.
     
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    Thanks Tim. Have a few problems with it although the finish size I'm looking for is about half this size.

    Thanks.

    No, was on foot. Followed the coyote around for about 5 minutes. f15 @ 1/100, 70mm. Could be one or more of a couple things; motion blur, oof, oversharpening or even the glow of the sideways sun- It had risen over the mountains about 10 minutes earlier.

    Here's a bit less processed version:
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    As I mentioned above, the finished product will only be 420x whatever- At that size these problems cease to be issues. Would never make a good print though.
     
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    Negative nattering.....I really like the scale and composition.
     
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    Is this the same coyote as the other photo?
     
  9. abraxas

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    Thank you- I hate it when I begin to wonder what I like.

    At least not to my knowledge. This one was taken about 20 miles to the south about a year and a half later (last Feb).

    The photos above show what I think is a younger, larger and more well-fed coyote. The following one looks a bit more scruffy (even though the wind was kicking up pretty good).
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