Photographer zooms in on the unique coastal wolves of British Columbia
Wolves living on the coastline of the Pacific Northwest are so specialized that they are considered an unofficial subspecies of the Gray wolf (Canis lupus). Conservation photographer April Bencze zeroes in on their lives.
I am back from a wonderful 15 day whirlwind trip.
We visited or passed through eight States and put over 7,000 kilometres on the car.
We saw the California Redwoods, Big Sur, the Hearst Castle, the Grand Canyon, Mesa Verde, Sedona, Antelope Canyon, Bryce Canyon amongst many other wonderful locations and sights.
If I was able to pull over for every wonderful sight I saw and wanted to photograph, I would never make it home.