Monday, May 5, 2014

Dancing With Wolves

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Curious

Good 
I love that there are people who care enough about animals
to help them when in need.

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Posing for a Treat 
(Pencil Effect in Photoshop) 

Random 
They may look menacing,
but they are really big cuddle bugs.

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Photo of me by my friend Linda Bielko 

Fun 
Why not drive an hour to dance with wolves?
I did.

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Love 

Howling Woods Farm
is a refuge for wolf dogs
whose owners thought it would be cool
to own a 'wolf,'
but soon found out how much care they demanded.

These animals are all domesticated wolf dogs.
Some are used for educational purposes
and others are available for adoption to the right family.  



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8 comments:

  1. Wow - what gorgeous, yet wild, creatures! Thanks for linking up and sharing this with us!

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  2. This is good, and I envy you, because I would also love to be able to pet them and have a photo with them. Really great!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  3. cool looking pups, she must be a great caretaker

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  4. I am having trouble typing while in the throes of ENVY.... oh wow would I love to visit them.... i like that pencil drawing and the first photo is awesome.. my son had one school year that he worked with wolves in Savannah at Oatland Island...i did not have a camera back then, that was 38 years ago

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  5. I have to say, when I saw this outing published I thought it looked amazing BUT...it intimidated me. I know it shouldn't have. But it did. I think I did make the right call for ME. But YOU? Can you look any more comfortable? :). Amazing photography Becky!

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  6. They are gorgeous! I own 2 dogs, but I'm not sure I'd want to be standing below them, like you were.

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  7. They are so gorgeous - those eyes....So sad about why they are there, but happy they are rescued. So misunderstood. xo Karen

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