White On White

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    This is the main reason why we ended up in Williams, Arizona for the big snowstorm this week.

    A few months ago I did a photo shoot at Bearizona, a new drive through wildlife safari in Williams. At the time, they invited me to come back during the winter to shoot photos of the animals in the snow. They said that even if the park is closed, they still have staff there who can let me in to shoot photos. I've been waiting all winter for a decent snow storm. Finally got it!

    These are Arctic Wolves, and, they are the main reason we took the trek all the way up to Williams in a blizzard. I didn't get any photos of them the last time I was there, and I thought the white wolves would look just beautiful photographed in the snow.

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    1. Frank Fullard 37 months ago | reply

      This is wonderful!

    2. Lady twenty6 37 months ago | reply

      great serie ! Marvelous shots !!!

    3. San Francisco Gal 37 months ago | reply

      Worth the drive and staying in Williams for 36 hours! And congrats on Explore for this one too!
      Seen on your photo stream. ( ?² )

    4. panda_orchid 37 months ago | reply

      Go Jill! ;-) (but the pix are fabulous)

    5. Louise Lindsay 37 months ago | reply

      magnificent creatures-- lovely well deserved explore

      Via Today's Explore at #444 on Fluidr

    6. jeandayphotography.com 37 months ago | reply

      The eyes are killer cool! Beautiful shots, Mike!

    7. Shunkawolf 37 months ago | reply

      Mike Jones---You should come to my refuge in Tijeras, NM and film my pack.
      I have rescued wolves and wolf-dogs from all over the U.S.
      A few years ago, I rescued a NM grey that was stolen from the Gila Wilderness and he is now the most stunning being you will ever see. All he wants to do is play and trusts me completely.

      You are invited to visit.


    8. Sprengben [why not get a friend] 37 months ago | reply

      This is so sweet, thanks for sharing it and it really deserves Explore!
      Have a successful Wednesday.

    9. Jim Johnston (OKC) 37 months ago | reply

      Lucky man getting this kind of access, but hard work makes for good luck.

      Beautiful shots.

    10. _SG_ 37 months ago | reply

      simply wonderful capture

      [ via flickriver explore  --_SG_ ]

    11. Nancy Rose 37 months ago | reply

      so worth the trip!!! I LOVE every one of these amazing shots!!!!!

    12. ken.hubbell 37 months ago | reply

      Awesome series. This is great!!

    13. Angel Cher ♥ 37 months ago | reply

      your photos are gorgeous!

    14. firmbegody 37 months ago | reply

      Awesome posts, Mike.

    15. Synapped 37 months ago | reply

      Ohhhhhh, such gorgeous animals! I've never seen any quite like 'em. Haveta put those on my bucket list.

      Hey, great stupid joke! Reminds me of the Italian who came to America and built his dream home. He told the builder he wanted a hollow statue in every room. When the Italian man inspected the completion he was very disappointed that the builder hadn't done what he ordered. A heated discussion ensued, and the Italian man said, No, no, I want one of those things where it goes, Gring, Gring, and you pick it up and say "Hallo, s'tat you?"

    16. Robin-Wilson 37 months ago | reply

      Fantastic series Mike!!!

    17. ShawnGrenningerPhoto 37 months ago | reply

      awesome, I have always wanted to shoot wolves, some great photos here!

    18. Eyesplash - What happened to winter 36 months ago | reply

      they are majestic in the wilderness

    19. suzanc1 34 months ago | reply

      Simply beauty! Best regards

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