Cunning and opportunistic, jackals are pretty much a guarantee at sightings where a kill has been made.
Noted in folklore, literature and mythology in a vast number of cultures, the jackal is mainly depicted as clever sorcerers in the myths and legends of their regions.
Usually over-looked for the bigger and more imposing animals, we have decided that these fox-like canids deserve to be tomorrow’s #beinspiredby theme!
#beinspiredby: The Day of the Jackal
Here’s How it Works:
Sharing your images this week is the same as it always has been but there’s just the extra step of emailing me your final processed image. Here’s what you do:
- Look through your images and select your favourite Jackal image
- Process your images like you normally would.
- Go to the Wild Eye Facebook page
- Post your image there using this heading: #beinspiredby: The Day of the Jackal
- In the description tell us where the image was taken and feel free to include any other information about the image.
- Check the Facebook page throughout the weekend to see some of the other images that people are uploading.
- Next Monday I will then choose 5 of my favourite images and share them on the blog.