I have many wolf statues, some small, some large. Some are pretty good quality and some are not but I still like them all. I got bored on this day and wondered what it would look like if I set them outside and photographed them as if they were the real thing.
This will be the first posting in this series.
This is one of my medium sized statues, only about 6" high at his nose and stands on a base of rock and moss. I set him up in the grass of my yard under a maple tree that produced dappled sunlight underneath, and while setting up the shot, I noticed that with shallow depth of field, the spots of sunlight became blurred and sort of resembled little spots of fire. So I carefully chose his position amidst them to look like he was ringed in by a small forest fire. I imagine he is howling out his fear or trying to find the missing members of his pack.
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