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|A local project in Antequera (Málaga, Spain) has put together several species and races of wolfs, from the authoctonous and severely threatened Iberian Wolf to this Alaska Wolf that is surprisingly (thinking of the remote situation of its habitat and human population density)even more threatened. |
I do not know what will be its fate or the influence that both policy and climate change can have on its population. But I positively know that is a really beautiful species, really worth to conservate.
The wolves live in a moderately large natural environment (some 3000 sq meters per group) and the owners try to maintain intact their wild habits, except that of hunting large preys.
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- [2007-04-11 18:23]
i really like this shot, the composition is great and you have caught some nice detail in the fur.
maybe a little more blur in the background would work better and a bit of dodge and burn on the eyes to bring the colour out a little more.
Muy buenas D. Carlos
La verdad es que nos presentas un retrato de lobo muy bonito, con una agradable composición y claro está un detalle muy bueno.
Que tal esas vacaciones, espero que poco pasadas por agua, por estas tierras casí estamos ya como los garbanzos después de unas cuantas horas metidos en agua y es que llovió todo lo que quiso..... vamos y sigue lloviendo.