Talking Pictures
In The Wild

This proud and calmly self-assured coyote posed for me on his log throne set amid the tall pine trees in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. And what a beautiful animal he is, showing off his gray, white, and reddish coat and silky white-tipped tail as he gazed intently in my direction. I was pleased to observe that tourists in the area—there are many—respect the animals in the wild, photographing them at a distance and refraining from taunting or threatening them.
—Cynthia Goldring
Lake Forest, IL

Technical Info: Taken with a Nikon D80 and an 18-135mm lens. Exposure was f/5.6 at 1⁄160 sec.
© 2010, Cynthia Goldring, All Rights Reserved

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