wildlife photographer John Hyde has been following the friendly animal. And gaining the huge wolf's trust has allowed him to take these intimate photos.
Good article, Chris. Even though Romeo is somewhat more social to humans than most other wild Wolves, the photographer, Hyde, points out clearly that he needs to be careful for obvious reasons, he is a Wolf. I thought I'd see more pix of Romeo other than the one at the top of the article. Did I miss a link somewhere?
It takes a while to load and appear but there are 3 more. At the top of the photo is "Previous 1 of 4 images Next"
OMG, Chris, thank you. I didn't get that link at all at first. I had to blindly click around there to get it to come up. The photos are outstanding. I love the one with Romeo chewing on the stick. I also adore the one with the lab. Notice how Romeo is tongue flicking, a bit nervous with this encounter but not enough to make him leave and he is not making direct eye contact with the lab, he is looking past him, very respectful. I love it. He dwarfs that lab doesn't he?
Romeo looks so beautiful and strongI love all the pics,and by the way I also noticed his toungue and thought he's little nervous and I think the dog is guarded too,I just think the both feel very good the difference between them but the both are interested in each other and want to be to together,maybe the wolf is little lonely and the dogs are curious in their nature.