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Posted By: Dewman, 01-19-2018, 05:32 PM

Taken in central Idaho during a weekend photo safari.

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01-19-2018, 06:26 PM   #2
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Neat shot. A lot of texture. I like the treatment.
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Nicely done Dewman...doesn't look like it'll be vertical much longer.
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Nicely done Dewman...doesn't look like it'll be vertical much longer.

Nope, I doubt it. I'd sure like to have some of that weather-worn lumber for some rustic projects! Select "barn wood" fetches a lot of money!

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A striking image, very nicely done. It appears the trees are reclaiming their kin.
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I'll add to the applause. Terrific subject, well composed and the PP is perfect.

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I'll add to the applause. Terrific subject, well composed and the PP is perfect.

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Thanks, Jer. This little valley in central Idaho has some very photogenic old buildings. Also, one of the highest concentrations of wolves in the state! The sheep ranchers aren't too fond of the Federally mandated reintroduction. I used to live high up in the mountains and we had quite a few of them visit us. Here's the tracks of an overnight visitor we had.... about 10 yards from our back porch. Please excuse the poor quality of the image. It was taken with a small 3 MP P&S camera.

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Thanks, Jer. This little valley in central Idaho has some very photogenic old buildings. Also, one of the highest concentrations of wolves in the state! The sheep ranchers aren't too fond of the Federally mandated reintroduction. I used to live high up in the mountains and we had quite a few of them visit us. Here's the tracks of an overnight visitor we had.... about 10 yards from our back porch. Please excuse the poor quality of the image. It was taken with a small 3 MP P&S camera.
Wow - the size of the footprint surprised me. I didn't realize wolves were that large!

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Wow - the size of the footprint surprised me. I didn't realize wolves were that large!

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Jer, this shot was taken not far from where I used to live. They can grow to 200 lbs.! I would imagine the one that left the tracks near our cabin was in that size range.... or larger!
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