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|We all remember the fairy tale of Red Riding Hood, right? That was then, and this is now. Red Riding Hood has grown up, and she's found that childhood nightmares change. Times are tough, and the Wolf is no longer sniffing around the door, but has found it necessary to form an alliance with Red Riding Hood. Together maybe they can beat the new "big bad wolf" at the door.
JaneEden's Wolf Pack at YURdigital.com for the awesome wolf, mjranum-stock at digitalart.com for the lady in red, and my photo for the bg.
thanks to everyone who stopped to see the previous post and leave such terrific comments, and thanks for faves.
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sometimes its the only way to get away forming an unholy alliance.
This is great Rita!!
Really well done!!
He looks rather sulky!
one superb image Rita, you did this up perfectly with dear Janes wolf pack hon. 8++ my friend.
Rita, this is such a cool idea and you did a wonderful job of bringing it to life here. Nice work on the tale, as it was captivating
Red Riding Hood (Rotkäpchen un der Wolf) love the story too!!!!!
Excellent Rita, they will get on as they will rely on each other. xxx
Ah. I see the government has caught up with them. ;}~
Nicely done! ")
nice twist of this Furry Tale pardon the pun
Excellent twist on the big bad fairytale.
Fantastic composition my friend, mysterious image, excellent work!
Very cool work
A super image with your beautiful background. I'm sure that Jane's wolf will keep Grownup Red Riding hood safe. Excellent work with the blending of everything to make this a super scene and story.
Looks like she can handle any big, bad wolf. Lovely composition. Really get jazzed by wooded lanes like this...curving off under a canopy of trees....aaaaah.
I'd rather have that wolf on my side, too.
every time I see Jane's wolfs, they remind me of a malamute I used to have. a rescue from a shelter. superb composition
Oh Rita I love this tale so much, and the wolf looks amazing in this setting. I love your wonderful photos and they fit so perfectly with other photos, renders or paintings, you make them look as if they are meant to be there and the whole scene is either a painting or a photo, well done my friend, hugs Jane xx
Some kind of wonderful
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