photo taken July 2013
one year ago:
In It To Grin It
two years ago:
Growing A Winter Ruff
three years ago:
four years ago:
Coyote In The Window
five years ago:
Look at the intelligence in those eyes! Handsomest fella :)
Those eyes… so intense, focused, beautiful!
Oh what a great angle. He’s stunning. His coloring and stare are fabulous. Wow.
He’s a supermodel, don’t you think? Who poses like that? I’ve photographed animals – and nobody I’ve seen strikes a pose like this guy.
The black nose looks like an angel. Which he is one ya know….
His expression seems wise and innocent at the same time: the perspective of wisdom and the acceptance of innocence. Beautifully captured moment.
We talk about his good looks everyday. What I want to know is what was so interesting in Wyoming’s red dirt. He has quite a nose in this pic!
Actually, he looks like he dipped his nose in cocoa powder!
Quite the stunner!
I’m chuckling looking at Charlie. He is a ‘ham.” He knows when to pose and how to work the camera.
Charlie is showing his age. It’s a great photograph. I wish I could look this intelligent.
That is so cool how camoflage is actually a riot of color up close. I wear brown with grey sometimes – never thought of adding a bit of black, white, and orange.
What’s remarkable is how coyotes pick up on the local color. I swear some Alberta coyotes take on a white and green tinge to blend in with snow and evergreens
Love this! I love his black whiskers. Those along with his dark nose are things I’ve never seen before. And that widows peak! :)
Thanks for the laugh. Comedy and beauty, all at once. Again, enjoyed seeing you and great blue Wyo sky in Charlie’s eyes.
I love the combination of his lovely soft eyes and clown nose. It’s a look I know all too well in my fox terriers, who revel in landscape excavation…
wonderful…… jeha… supermodel ;O) Charlie
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