As the storms of fall begin to pound the coast of South-central Alaska with greater frequency, I have to say I am glad to be home sitting next to the wood stove. But what a summer! My thoughts are not organized, and I have only just begun editing some of the images I collected while guiding bear viewing expeditions. I will start posting a few at a time, every couple of days.
As I mentioned before, wolves have become major characters in the coastal marshes and tidal flats where we observe bears. These wolves are learning how to live by the ocean by watching the bears. Here are a few images of wolves that I took towards the end of the season using a canon 50 D, and a 300mm 4.0 prime lens that I bought used from a photographer. Here we go!
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