I loved this photo the minute I saw it. Jim took it at Wildlife Images, near Grants Pass, Oregon. It's a 24 acre rehabilitation center for injured wildlife of all kinds. Their goal is to treat the rescued animal and return them to the wild, if at all possible. But at times, that just can't happen.
These two wolves are permanent "residents" because they are too domesticated to survive in the wild. Jim went on a tour of the site with a group of photographers, and was excited to be able to get so close to them, and photograph them. They are not "tame" as we know it, and still dangerous. He said they were gorgeous, and his favorite was the tan one.
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Enjoy the Journey,