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Jun 04, 2005 18:04 |  #1

This was taken last year in Alaska. The moose was in a facility that cares for injured animals.


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Jun 04, 2005 18:47 |  #2

Nice shot Stan, nice contrasr beween the grass and the moose.


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Jun 04, 2005 19:06 |  #3

Nice shot! Looks like it's in the wild!


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Jun 04, 2005 21:28 |  #4

Nice work, Stan. Looks as though the moose is on the mend.

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Jun 04, 2005 22:02 |  #5

Neat shot!




  
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Jun 05, 2005 06:33 |  #6

I like the textures in the grass and the moose's coat, they complement each other but both also provide a great colour contrast.


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Jun 05, 2005 15:38 |  #7

Thanks for the feedback. I waited forever (it seemed) for him to get up and pose properly. Finally gave up and took what he would give.


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Jun 05, 2005 16:33 |  #8

Beautiful! :D




  
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Jun 05, 2005 18:06 |  #9

Eh, I have a "Warning for moose" t-shirt. Does that count?


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Jun 05, 2005 19:06 as a reply to  @ Claire's post |  #10

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Eh, I have a "Warning for moose" t-shirt. Does that count?

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Sure, Claire, it counts with me. Tell me, do you get a lot of moose in Sweden?


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Jun 06, 2005 10:33 |  #11

Another beautiful moose shot! I like the contrast in this one.


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Jun 06, 2005 10:52 |  #12

Wonderful shot. The contrast of the moose, grass and the tree trunk are terrific.


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Jun 06, 2005 15:39 as a reply to  @ sparker1's post |  #13

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Sure, Claire, it counts with me. Tell me, do you get a lot of moose in Sweden?

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We do have a lot of moose in Sweden but I rarely see them. I live close to the wood though, so occasionally I manage to catch a glimpse of deer or moose eating mom's flowers! :) Mainly deers though.


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Jun 07, 2005 10:38 |  #14

Nice shot, Dont see them too often around here.


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