These don’t always come in threes, but sometimes they do….. Trio
A Problem with Lenses Part II
Following on my last post I have to reiterate that I am cautious around grizzlies. It is amazing how fast any bear can move so it is important to know where your vehicle is (and it had better be close),… Read More ›
A Problem with Lenses
I don’t know if I have mentioned this before, but I am extremely envious of photographers who can go to a blind, set up their equipment (including that thing called a tripod), knowing what lens to use, and wait for… Read More ›
So You Want to Hunt Grizzlies…..
Then watch this first….. http://globalnews.ca/news/2182201/watch-grizzly-bear-rolls-down-the-hill-like-a-big-kid-in-alaska-park/ This is wonderful!
British Columbia has a dirty secret!
British Columbia is a wonderful province, with the slogan Super Natural BC. This province has mountains, lakes, vineyards, history and wildlife. The range of wildlife outside my door I think I have made known to you through my blog. People… Read More ›
2 Days and Counting……
As we get closer to the end of 2014, I just have to salute my favourite subject. The one I have spent the most time searching for, photographing and enjoying the most….the grizzly bear. Such a magnificent animal. Now if… Read More ›
This summer I photographed a group of four grizzlies on two occasions. The first time I thought I had a mother and 3 cubs initially. But as I watched them and their behaviour together, I came to the conclusion that… Read More ›
It’s a Teddy Bear! Not……
Each time I see a grizzly bear I am impressed with their presence. And I always wonder just how big they are. At a distance sometimes it is hard to judge their size. The other day, I caught sight of… Read More ›
In my last post I mentioned spotting two Grizzlies fishing in a pool. Presumably filled with fish. I only saw them by chance as their spot was in a Y in the river and I was the other arm of… Read More ›
I wanted to show you more of the wildlife here before I start the 2014 spring new activity. And it is very active. But there are still some shots to remember from past seasons. This young deer just looked so… Read More ›
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