Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Baby bear and momma bear

I had a great time photographing the animals from Triple D Game Farms last week. 

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This baby Black bear was exceptionally cute. 

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This is the only way you would ever want to photograph a bear cub. If you were to see one in the wild, you should move away very carefully. 

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Don't turn and run just back away as quietly as you can.

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The most dangerous thing about finding a baby bear is that mom will always be close by. 

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If she sees you she will be very upset. You can try telling her that it was an accident but she won't believe you. You can try telling her that her cub is the cutest one on the mountain but that won't make any difference either. 

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Mother bears have no sense of humor so don't try joking with her. Basically, if she sees you, your toast.  

Friday, April 8, 2011

Jumping Mountain lion video

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This is the video from two nights ago.  It was shot by my son Alex.

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I think it is pretty sensational.  Let me know what you think.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Triple D is in town

I got a chance to warm up a little with the guys from Triple D Game Farms today.  It is still not too late to get in on the shoot on April 18th to the 20th if you would like.  It is a great opportunity to get some great wildlife shots.  See this post for more details. http://outdoorphotoquest.blogspot.com/2011/01/thee-are-just-few-examples-of-what-can.html

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