Interesting Photo of the Day: Wolf Checking Out Partially Submerged Camera

Photography is a great way to showcase images of endangered species, landscapes, and plants. It is often used to help in conservation efforts to help educate, engage, and inspire others to learn more about vulnerable wildlife and ways to help protect them. Co-founder of Pacific Wild and professional photographer Ian McAllister captured this amazing image while working with National Geographic:

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“Wolf Checking Out Partially Submerged Camera” by Ian McAllister (Via Imgur. Click image to see full size.)

McAllister used an underwater housing to capture the image of this elusive creature while on the coast of British Columbia. The wolf was eating a herring roe, when it stopped to examine McAllister’s half-submerged camera. Amazing wildlife photography requires a delicate balance of patience, a good eye, a way to enhance your subject, knowledge about what you’re photographing, and a passion for nature.

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