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Beware the big bad black wolf

These people didn’t notice that they weren’t alone until they looked at the photo on their computer.

The photo was taken in Campbell River, British Columbia.

The people in this photograph were hiking in Seal Bay Park. At the end of their walk, they found some butter mushrooms on a mossy log, and were inspecting them. One of them decided to take a photograph, but not being terribly good at photography , the photo was taken off center.

When they returned home and downloaded the pictures off of the camera they got quite a surprise – a large animal that appears to be a wolf heading straight towards them.

They theorize that the flash from the camera scared it off, although I don’t know if it would be a danger or not. Certainly, it’s not the kind of animal you would normally want to be too close to!

EDIT: If you think this photo is fake, check out the full sized version.

EDIT 2: Here’s the story behind the photo as told by the woman in the foreground whose back is to the camera:

This wolf picture incident has just been crazy! It’s spreading around like wildfire! For sure you can use the pic if you’d like. The story behind it is pretty ridiculous. I was visiting my brother, niece and my niece’s mother with my mom in Courtenay, BC. Me, my mom, XXXX and XXXX went for a hike at Seal Bay Park. This picture was taken at the end of the walk…me, XXXX and XXXX were inspecting some really cool butter mushrooms on a mossy log. My mom decided to take a picture, but she’s not very good at it, so it came out totally off center (imagine if she was actually good at taking pictures- we never would have even seen it!!!). We didn’t notice anything at the time, and the “wolf” wasn’t even noticed until after getting home, and my mom had put the pictures on the computer. She didn’t even notice at first, but my other brother was like “what the hell is that??!!”. So, yeah. I don’t even know if it is a wolf, but there were no dogs or anything! around. It’s just a pretty creepy picture- that’s all I know! And it was actually my mom who took the picture (I’m in it- in the gray jacket), so credit for the photo isn’t necessary. Well, that’s my story!

267 Responses to “Beware the big bad black wolf”
  1. Anonymous:
    March 13th, 2008 at 8:39 am

    I can tell from the pixels, and from seeing quite a few shops in my time…

  2. zafner:
    March 13th, 2008 at 8:53 am

    ” … but not being terribly good at photography, the photo was taken off center.” RIGHT. That’s why it’s framed perfectly, if you know the animal is there.

  3. Blackolive:
    March 13th, 2008 at 9:59 am

    I made this pic easier to see, wow!

    http://aycu39.webshots.com/image/48158/2001073943380992544_fs.jpg

  4. Crappy D.:
    March 13th, 2008 at 10:04 am

    Also, it’s obviously not taken with a flash. The lighting is too uniform. The back of the woman closest to the camera would be brighter.

  5. anonymous:
    March 13th, 2008 at 10:32 am

    and this is obviously taken on the sound stage of return of the jedi.

  6. Ceru:
    March 13th, 2008 at 10:34 am

    Actually, I WOULD wanna be this close to an animal like this. This is definitely a shop considering wolves rarely interact with people, ESPECIALLY a lone wolf. He/she would be heading in the opposite direction as fast as possible upon picking up the scent of humans. It’s a shame that someone would impose malicious intent on such an awesome creature. D:

  7. actualphotographer:
    March 13th, 2008 at 11:37 am

    “… not being terribly good at photography, the photo was taken off center.”

    Hmm. I guess I and countless other photographers – including the greats – have been shooting improperly. Duh.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_thirds

  8. Daniel Pye:
    March 13th, 2008 at 11:42 am

    Every autumn, I go camping near a river with a good salmon run, and the place is just lousy with black bears, all fat and happy. Generally they stay fifty feet away or so, though I’ve had a few encounters on trails where the bear suddenly appears ten feet away.

    The stupidest thing I’d ever done was lay down a trail of pepper spray around the tent at night, with the hope of keeping the bears back. Quite a surprise to wake up and see a bunch of bears licking the grass outside your tent.

    BC has just phenomenal wildlife. There is nothing that compares with paddling by a pod of Orcas.

  9. Ade:
    March 13th, 2008 at 12:03 pm

    To those that are claiming the photo is fake (i.e. Photoshopped), I would like to emphasize that I contacted the person whose mother took this photograph directly to verify its authenticity.

    Re. the “not being terribly good at photography” comment, I took that, again, from the person whose mother took the photograph. I think its a fine shot, personally. The point was just that she had no intention of including the animal in the photograph, which she did not realize was there.

  10. Ade's Blog:
    March 13th, 2008 at 1:39 pm

    [...] Beware the big bad black wolf 031308 Photoshopped? [...]

  11. Ade:
    March 13th, 2008 at 1:39 pm

    I got a copy of the original photo for you critics to check out:

    http://socialtech.ca/ade/index.php/2008/03/photoshopped-no/

  12. Anonymous:
    March 13th, 2008 at 3:03 pm

    I looked at the large image. First off, where is the wolfs shadow? The wolf also looks like he is running, about to attack. Not like he sneaking up. If something is running in to your shot….you see it.

  13. Anonymous:
    March 13th, 2008 at 5:08 pm

    the girl in the foreground looks pretty hot from what I can see of her.

  14. tt:
    March 13th, 2008 at 5:35 pm

    Anyone who knows anything about photography knows that photos with subjects that are centered are boring.

  15. joe:
    March 13th, 2008 at 6:00 pm

    i can tell it’s real, amazing!

  16. Vovan:
    March 13th, 2008 at 6:00 pm

    LOL! Nice photoshop work ;)

  17. munky:
    March 13th, 2008 at 7:03 pm

    So, out of curiosity, I downloaded the available large image myself and monkeyed with it in Photoshop.
    Looks more like bear than a wolf, maybe it’s a shapeshifter or an anomalous creature..?
    Any cryptozoologists out there? :o)

    One thing’s for certain – this is the crazy stuff that happens when you go shroom picking ni the woods…

  18. Von:
    March 13th, 2008 at 8:54 pm

    Here is why its FAKE.

    First of all its a dog, and its running the other way. Zoom in on his legs, the front legs are actually his back legs. They just pasted a face onto the running dogs butt.

    Besides, there is no flash in this photo, which means the eyes would not glow.

  19. danthon:
    March 13th, 2008 at 11:36 pm

    I have seen wolves on the island, but none that color.

  20. Anon:
    March 14th, 2008 at 12:41 am

    “Besides, there is no flash in this photo, which means the eyes would not glow.”

    Download the large version of it and load it into an EXIF viewer. You can clearly see that the flash was fired when the shot was taken. You can also see the reflection of the flash off the woman’s handbag and jewelery (look under the left arm of the woman with her back to the camera). What is with people these days?? OMG ITS TOTALLY SHOPPED!!!1111!!

  21. Contraife:
    March 14th, 2008 at 1:45 am

    This is a fake. The poster is a disgrace trying to pass it off as real.

  22. John:
    March 14th, 2008 at 1:52 am

    This picture is faked, unquestionably:

    There are *no* black wolves in British Columbia. There *are* Gray wolves and they are very light coloured gray with patches of white and a darkish “saddle” area on their back.

    That this picture has been taken in B.C. is quite likely, actually this picture seems to have been taken on Vancouver Island, you can see it’s in a park, there is a salmonberry bush right in front of the little girl and there are oregon grape plants and sword ferns all around. Classic Vancouver Island park picture. Possible a park within an hour drive of where I am right now.

    There are supposed to be wolves on Vancouver Island, I’ve never seen one but I’ve read that there are and that they are unique sub species of the Gray wolf, at least some pictures of them I’ve seen show them to be all white.

    The “wolf” in this picture is a dog, possibly a Belgian Sheep dog breed, probably the family dog walking away from the camera and the face has been photoshopped on to it. The face is probably the same dog from another photo taken the same day walking toward the camera.

    The shadows are not meaningful because this is a very overcast day in a very dark forest and the dog is standing in the shadow of the large trees around either side of the trail which are evergreens and are blocking out even the overcast light that is coming in, the people are in a clearing which is why they are casting very faint shadows and the dog with the photoshopped face isn’t.

    I think is a very cool and funny image in any case but there is no question it’s not real.

  23. John:
    March 14th, 2008 at 2:04 am

    Ha! I just saw the follow up post from march 13th that gives more information. I guessed it’s location spot on!

    It says it was taken in Seal Bay Park in Campbell River. Actually Seal Bay Park is near Courtenay a 45 minute drive south of Campbell River and literally a 5 minute drive from my house. On my flickr page you can see lot’s of photos of Seal Bay park and there are no “wolves” in any of them because there are no wolves in Seal Bay park! If someone told you this is a real photo they were completely pulling your leg.

    I bike there about 100 days a year all year for the last 3 years, taken countless pictures and all I’ve ever seen are deer, horses, birds, seals and lot’s and lot’s of dogs and tourists.

    You have to understand this isn’t some remote wilderness area in the middle of nowhere, it’s a large park but it’s completely civilized with wheelchair accessible trails and surrounded by people, houses and the ocean.

    Anyone who is defending this photo you can stop now, it’s a fine romantic idea to imagine but it’s simply not true.

    The only way it’s a wolf is if someone trucked in some exotic black wolf from halfway around the world took a photo of it walking away from the camera, photoshopped it’s own face on it’s butt and posted it here. And even if they did, have a look at the photos of black wolves on the internet. None of them are black, they are very dark brown with black patchiness here and there, many dogs however are all black including Belgian Sheep dogs which are pretty common.

    Now that I’ve seen those people I’m going to keep an eye out for them and if I see them in the park ask them the details about this picture which I still think is a pretty fun picture no matter that it’s not real.

  24. mdw:
    March 14th, 2008 at 5:32 am

    The woman in front is looking in the direction of the “wolf”. From EXIF data you can see there was plenty of light (ISO 140, f/4.8, 1/90, so the wolf wasn’t hidden in the darkness — it would be immediately apparent even in peripheral vision. So the animal in the picutre is “canis lupus”, but of the “familiaris” subspecies.

  25. Thot Kall:
    March 14th, 2008 at 8:24 am

    Being a photomanipulator myself, I’m sure this photo is a product of pure luck.
    I don’t know if it’s a wolf. It could be any kind of dog/wolf to me.
    If you try and equalize the image’s tones, it’s obvious that nothing was pasted in this picture.
    The animal’s eyes glow anyway, even if no flash was used. Only little light is enough.
    If I wanted to fake an image like this one, I wouldn’t leave it so dark. There’s no use…

    (It’s most likely a dog. It’s too fat for a wolf…)

  26. Solid Geekery » Is it real?:
    March 14th, 2008 at 8:26 am

    [...] blog post can be found here. There’s also a blown up image of the picture [...]

  27. Lucas Zallio:
    March 14th, 2008 at 10:47 am

    I cannot find any fake detail on the picture. The relation between exposure and motion seems to be real. The exif seems to be ok too. However the eyes glow seems weird due the low light level but I also know that a little bit of light is enough to make animal retinals bright that way.

  28. Photograph:
    March 16th, 2008 at 11:15 am

    According to the rule of thirds, photographs shouldn’t be centered. Even if the wolf hadn’t been there, this would actually be a more ideal shot in this case because you can see the rest of the trail, giving the viewer a kind of extra emotion added into the mix. Probably not what her mom was thinking at the time, but just thought I should share.

  29. Anonymous:
    March 16th, 2008 at 11:22 am

    you people are so ridiculous. seriously. if you look at the original picture and zoom in on the wolf, its definately not a dog with its head photoshopped over its butt. you can see its shoulder blades coming up right behind his head, and his feet are going in the right direction anyway. plus, he is not running and trying to attack. wolves/dogs dont run like that. the whatever-it-is is just going at a steady pace; like dogs/wolves always do. if he was ready to attack, you would see him bearing his teeth and snarling, and his legs would be spread farther apart so he could actually run; which he happens to NOT be doing. Whether the picture is fake or not, its still a good photo just because of the “unknown” danger in the background. and who cares if they’re trying to fake it or not? it really doesnt matter. but the fact that just because you dont believe there are black wolves doesnt mean you should act completely retarded and try to prove it as fake

  30. Moritz:
    March 16th, 2008 at 11:44 am

    The picture looks real, but there are certain things that don

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