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Lamar Wolf returning to den, Original Fine Art Photography

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This is wolf number 776 in Yellowstone National Park, the Lamar Valley. She was just a year old when this photograph was taken. What does the look in her eye say? I'm looking for a partner, where are my brothers and sisters, that looks like a good dinner. She looks content yet she may have only been attracted by me with my camera.

As you travel through Yellowstone, you see a lot of people with spotting scopes, spending days and weeks watching the wolves at a far distance. I do not have the patience to spend days waiting for the opportunity. Then you get lucky. This young female is part of the Lamar Canyon pack which is starting to grow in size. On this day, she wandered onto the Lamar Valley road in front of my car. As you can tell, I was close enough that I could capture some high quality images. This was one of at least a dozen pictures that was taken as she started up the incline most likely to a den.

During the past several years, the wolf pack in the Lamar Valley has diminished in size but is starting to rebuild. This is one of the 6 adults who was photographed after feasting on a carcass for the previous 2-3 hours. To reach the den, the wolf had to travel across the Lamar Valley, cross the main road, and climb a fairly steep rise. This and other photographs were taken as the wolf crossed infront of our car.

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This is wolf number 776 in Yellowstone National Park, the Lamar Valley. She was just a year old when this photograph was taken. What does the look in her eye say? I'm looking for a partner, where are my brothers and sisters, that looks like a good dinner. She looks content yet she may have only been attracted by me with my camera.

As you travel through Yellowstone, you see a lot of people with spotting scopes, spending days and weeks watching the wolves at a far distance. I do not have the patience to spend days waiting for the opportunity. Then you get lucky. This young female is part of the Lamar Canyon pack which is starting to grow in size. On this day, she wandered onto the Lamar Valley road in front of my car. As you can tell, I was close enough that I could capture some high quality images. This was one of at least a dozen pictures that was taken as she started up the incline most likely to a den.

During the past several years, the wolf pack in the Lamar Valley has diminished in size but is starting to rebuild. This is one of the 6 adults who was photographed after feasting on a carcass for the previous 2-3 hours. To reach the den, the wolf had to travel across the Lamar Valley, cross the main road, and climb a fairly steep rise. This and other photographs were taken as the wolf crossed infront of our car.

Save money by ordering this print as part of a set:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/122654861/fine-art-photography-discount-on-any

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Reviewed by Kim Brinkley
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 17, 2018
Wonderful photo! Makes me smile. Arrived quickly and well protected. Thank you for an excellent transaction!


Best to you,
Kim Brinkley
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5 out of 5 stars
Jan 26, 2018
Looks even better in person! Love this seller and will buy again. A+
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  • Materials: limited edition, 100 8 x 10 prints, archival inks, ultra premium luster paper
  • Feedback: 49 reviews
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