Uncle Henry´s Universe.

Uncle Henry´s Universe.

About the blog

I have no heavy training... Barely Elementary School. Preferred the wilderness, it became my university, but I got muddy boots and experience instead of School knowledge so my English was therefore quite inadequate. This blog is a project to improve my skills in English language.

We all have our own universe, welcome to visit mine.

Sleepyhead!

WolfPosted by Uncle Henry Tue, December 10, 2013 22:57:05

In three days I have lagged on my Nikon D600. Three days in difficult terrain, with demanding tracking and the savage at times bad weather. Snow and moisture on all equipment and not a single photo has been taken! So this morning I decided to leave the camera at home ... And we joked that I would surely get to experience things that I dreamed of to shoot. I agonized ahead of the decision. The wife came with the brilliant idea of that such an event is no failure, it could always be a blog post out of it!

So dear friends, here's the story; Suddenly, I froze at the stage when I realized it was a wolf asleep in front of me ... I was standing on top of a pointed stone and slid all the time with my feet in the snow. The wolf slept very deeply. Sometimes it stretched on like a cat, it seemed to feel really good. I sent a thought to my Nikon D600 that can be focused manually, is very bright and a wonderful camera ...


I managed to quietly take off my backpack and clamp it down in the snow next to my sliding feet’s. The wolf raised his head and listened in my direction, lifted his nose and sniffed but found nothing suspicious, and then fell asleep again. Got slowly and carefully up the pocket camera and took some pictures through the brushwood forest. The distance to the wolf was barely 70 meters.

After 5 minutes of balancing, I slipped to the stone whereupon the wolf immediately woke up. It looked at me for a few seconds and then slid down into the snow and disappeared among the bushes.

On several occasions during the day, I heard the wolves howling around me, I understood that they were close because the concert was deafening, but thought they had left the area when I was on my way home. I do not need to mention that I was not the least bit scared when I saw the bloodthirsty beast straight in the eye.



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