Teton, from the Lakota Wolf Preserve

Teton, from the Lakota Wolf Preserve.
I am going to probably give you wolf overload for the next few weeks, but I can’t help it, the Lakota Wolf Preserve was incredible. Teton, is a Timber Wolf and was quite the model and entertainer. When he would explore a noise he often found a higher vantage point, in this case a fallen tree. Watching him move through the area and how quickly and quietly he could move was impressive. His coat often blended very well with his surroundings making it even more difficult to follow his movement. You can learn a lot about their need for those actions to be incredible predators in the wild just sitting and watching them. I can’t thank Jim and Becky, the owners and operators, for their kindness and willingness to share their knowledge and passion for the wolves. Just talking with them, you learn quickly they love these wolves and they love to share their beauty with others. A huge thank you again for the folks at Tamron for arranging this and for continuing to make incredible lenses like the 70-210mm f4 lens. As I go through the images the sharpness is just fantastic. The weight of the lens made it incredibly easy to handhold and move quickly with the action as it happened. I can’t wait to shoot the lens more!
Tamron 70-210mm f4 Di VC USD lens on a Nikon D-500, Manual Exposure mode, f5.6, ISO 220, shutter speed of 1/1000th of a second, handheld utilizing the Vibration Compensation feature of the lens, processed in Lightroom Classic CC. #WithMyTamron, #TamronUSA, #TamronLensesUSA, #TamronImageMaster, #LakotaWolfPreserve

2 Responses to “Teton, from the Lakota Wolf Preserve”

  1. I am so impressed with the wolf. I hope it can survive humans.

    • lilybug1960 Says:

      Wolves have wrongly been the target of humans for many, many years, I too wish and hope they will all survive our being.

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