This is at the edge of a wetland biotope in the nature reserve near where I live. It's the part accessible to humans, and acts as a safe haven for the local wildlife to encourage them to multiply and eventually take over the area by outnumbering the humans. The ducks are already well on the way to achieving that. They were milling round my feet by the dozens, though none of them made it into the picture because they are very camera shy (or cleverly playing games with me).
Perhaps one day when the environment is fully restored, the wolves will awaken.
Noswendeler See, Germany
Canon EOS 40D + Sigma 10-20 @ 10mm
Manfrotto 190CLB Tripod + Linhof Ballhead
ISO 200: 1/60sec @ f16
Heliopan circular polarizer