Wolves rest a while by JaneEden ()
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The alpha male and female had travelled far with their cub, the snow was falling and they needed to get to some shelter in the forest soon, but they had to give their baby some time to rest a while.
The cub was exhausted but as he lay near his mother he found the time to shuffle his nose in the white cold stuff beneath him in curiosity. The alfpha male howled a howl that came deep from within him, he was the protector that night.
I hope you like this one, my friends. Many thanks for all your support of my last upload, you certainly lifted my spirits dear friends. I hope you are all having a good day today, take care, keep safe, hugs Jane xx
Looks better for fur detail on ZOOM :)
Wolves - JaneEden'sWolfPack at YURdigital Background - JaneEden'sWinterMagic at YURdigital store.
Painted robin is a bonus gift from WinterMagic.
Image Comments (109)
Sis, first of all let me say I absolutely love this image you created. When I saw you had uploaded an image I made sure to save my visit to you're gallery for last so I could really enjoy it. You are so talented, and have such a gift for bringing these scenes from nature to life. It feels like you transported us there, and one can almost feel the bitter cold winds, and the snowflakes on your cheek. The story for this image is perfect, and further helps bring it to life. You can literally see the look of exhaustion in the cubs eyes, and get the sense his Mom is watching over him. Of course as you pointed out the real protector is the alpha male, watching over his family and letting everyone for miles around know to stay clear. If you listen close while looking at the image you can almost hear him. Simply brilliant work, and what a nice touch the little bird was to the scene. He almost seems to be soaking up the love and warmth from this family
sweet image, I had a husky/german shepherd, he loved to lay in the snow - the weather didn't bother him and he looked so peaceful like your scene, the dog in the center reminds me of the look he had.... the little min pins I have now would freeze to death = right now, they are in a doggie bed with three blankets over the top of them... my first small dogs ever, my first "Mate" pair... they bring a lot of happiness into our lives. Any dog lover that sees your picture will love it.