Give us a kiss: The wolves licked the faces of their visitors at the wildlife park. (Photos)
Mr Jakobsen said: "I felt both awe and curiosity when we went in to the wolves, but tried to remain calm at all the time thinking about how I should conduct myself as a photographer and how wolves would react to the camera."
The wolves disproved their untamed nature by licking the faces of the visitors and nuzzling into their arms.
The wolves roam free in the Polar Park and are not afraid of humans.
Mr Jakobsen added: "We must remember that the wolves in principle are very afraid of people, but that these two wolves who are in the photos are socialised to have relations with humans.
"For my own part, meeting these socialised wolves has been a very special experience that will not be forgotten."