Uploaded: September 07, 2008
We spotted this coyote in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone. It was a bitter cold day in March, still very wintry in the park.
Exif: F Number: 8, Exposure Bias Value: 0.67, ExposureTime: 1/1600 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 400, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 500.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 20D
Terri Beloit September 07, 2008Awesome capture, Jan! Love the exposure...and excellent clarity! #994389
Usman M. Bajwa September 07, 2008Wow, Excellent portrait. Love how the coyote seems to come out of the white, Jan. #6426044
Susana Ms Heide September 07, 2008AMAZING capture of this beautiful animal in the wild!! I hope you had a telephoto lens :o) #6426057
Liz blahh September 07, 2008Wonderful! Excellent capture! #6426107
karyl dalbey September 07, 2008Excellant shot! You were lucky to get this shot! Telephoto or just brave. Getting that close to a white wolf in Yellowstone isn't easy. Karyl Dalbey #6426137
Ian Parsons September 07, 2008Oh my... very well done! I really have but a single suggestion to offer (like I could've done better. Yeah, right): perhaps just a bit across the bottom and along the right edge. I feel that given the direction of the drifting snow and the and wolf's stare, it would make for a better composition.
But wow! Every other aspect is just mind blowing! I love it! #6426249
Kate Baumgartner September 08, 2008Perfect exposure of this awesome capture. What amazing timing. #6428281
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