We’ve been without internet for the last day and a half, so I have been back in my files looking for photos for my annual book as well as the kid’s book. And found another topic for my blog. A short one this time.
Every so often while I’m out photographing something I will get the feeling that I am being watched. As if any minute now an animal (usually a bear) is going to tap me on the shoulder and say “Hi!’. Thank heavens that hasn’t happened yet. Although, one time, I was photographing some ducks and my husband kept whispering from behind, to look around. When I did, much irritated at being interrupted, I saw the following sight…
A bit disconcerting.
And here, I was looking for an eagle along the river and suddenly looked up and behold..
He was almost too close to fit in the picture!
At other times I am shooting one thing and then see something else in the picture. A bonus, as this little fellow was..
Again, one day, I had spotted my first cinnamon coloured black bear and lost sight of him along the road. Then he spotted me before I spotted him. We both got a good look at each other (by the way I was in my car on this occasion).
I wonder what I will find watching me this year.
Categories: Bears, Black bears, eagles, lardeau valley, Photography
I just dropped in to thank you for your visit, it was very much appreciated, then I spotted your drop-down on animals, couldn’t resist a peak, beautiful photos, and the eagle is magnificent, birds of pray being my firm favourite, because there is no pretence with them they look like what they are,
The eagle is amazing. I love catching them at their most regal, but occasionally they can be goofy which is great. I love seeing humour in the animal kingdom, from Grizzlies to ducks.
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