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Couple of Brown Bears

 
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Jan 08, 2015 04:32 |  #1

This is from a trip I took To Katmai N.P. back in 06. I never processed some photos and this would be one of them. Thanks for looking. :)

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Jan 08, 2015 05:11 |  #2

Nice capture and love the background, well done Craig.


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Jan 08, 2015 11:23 |  #3

budcam wrote in post #17372015 (external link)
Nice capture and love the background, well done Craig.

I certainly agree. Well done indeed.


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Jan 08, 2015 17:59 |  #4

Another like here too. Great landscape/wildlife shot!


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Jan 08, 2015 21:29 |  #5

I was in the Katmai last Aug, I will never forget it. Thanks for posting the pic.


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Jan 08, 2015 21:38 |  #6

Great shot, love how you brought in the amazing landscape as well.


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Jan 08, 2015 22:09 |  #7

Great "animals in their habitat" shot.

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Jan 09, 2015 18:13 |  #8

mvsneary wrote in post #17373292 (external link)
Great "animals in their habitat" shot.

Martin

Agreed. love shots like this, and yours is phenomenal. Thanks for sharing this spectacular shot with us.




  
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Jan 09, 2015 20:31 |  #9

Love it. Love that you can see the subject, and their beautiful environment. I can't wait to go there one day


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Jan 10, 2015 07:57 |  #10

Beautiful image Craig



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Jan 10, 2015 10:29 |  #11

Amazing picture, thanks for posting!

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Jan 10, 2015 15:53 |  #12

What took you so long? it's a beauty.


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Jan 10, 2015 17:49 |  #13

It's so tempting to crop in tight with subjects like this but I think you have done them more justice by showing their habitat / surroundings plus it makes for a fantastic overall image. Bravo indeed

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Jan 10, 2015 19:33 |  #14

Incredible shot and great use of the whole frame not just a tight zoom


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Jan 11, 2015 08:07 |  #15

Even without the bears it would be an amazing shot, but it's just that much better with them in it!




  
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