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What kind of Wildlife Photographer Are "YOU"

 
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Jan 18, 2021 19:43 |  #1936

These wildlife photographers (external link) have a special relationship with animals. :)


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Jan 18, 2021 19:47 |  #1937

Canonistas just seem to be better loved! ;-)a


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Jan 18, 2021 21:41 |  #1938

Pippan wrote in post #19183269 (external link)
These wildlife photographers (external link) have a special relationship with animals. :)

Loved it!!

Thank you ;-)a


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Jan 29, 2021 15:52 |  #1939

Awfully quiet in here. In honor of the 10 feet of snowpack we received over the last 2 days, how about a coyote struggling to plow through the white stuff? I may have posted these before but just humor me.... :p


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Jan 29, 2021 20:42 |  #1940

Going through some old shots and came across these from years past, these all from various motorcycle road trips

Buffalo in South Dakota


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Jan 29, 2021 20:44 |  #1941

Prairie dog in South Dakta


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Grizzly with cub in Hyder Alaska

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Jan 30, 2021 00:50 |  #1942

Maureen Souza wrote in post #19187893 (external link)
Awfully quiet in here. In honor of the 10 feet of snowpack we received over the last 2 days, how about a coyote struggling to plow through the white stuff? I may have posted these before but just humor me.... :p
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Haha Haha Haha!!!!

Is that enough humoring??? <smyle>

Both GREAT shots!!!!!

I have not (yet) seen these pictures in any other threads.

Please keep them coming!!!


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Feb 19, 2021 17:45 |  #1943

Got to photograph this little cutie today.:-):-)


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Feb 20, 2021 22:00 |  #1944

Adorable!


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Feb 22, 2021 10:29 |  #1945

Maureen Souza wrote in post #19187893 (external link)
Awfully quiet in here. In honor of the 10 feet of snowpack we received over the last 2 days, how about a coyote struggling to plow through the white stuff? I may have posted these before but just humor me.... :p
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When I grow up, I want to take photographs as good as Maureen's.




  
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Feb 22, 2021 10:30 |  #1946

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Feb 22, 2021 10:33 |  #1947

This was a few years ago at Knight Inlet. I have heard the bear viewing there is not nearly as good as it was. This particular day, according to the boat operator, was one of the best days erver- We saw over 20 bears.


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Feb 24, 2021 10:44 |  #1948

A rat by our local pond


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Feb 24, 2021 14:09 |  #1949

In Victoria, BC, just a few hundred metres from my apartment is Beacon Hill Park, right in the centre of the metropolitan area. Yet, it has a population of wild animals, including deer the either inhabit or pass through the area on a regular basis. If one does not spook them, they will allow you to get quite close as they tend to ignore humans and share the park with homeless people, so they are somewhat acclimatized to our presence. I got within about 4 metres of this one, and seem quite unperturbed: it just sniffed at me a bit and gave me a good look, more in curiosity than alarm.


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Feb 24, 2021 14:22 |  #1950

These turtles, in Beacon Hill Park, Victoria BC, like to disport themselves on a log in the large lake within the park. It can get pretty crowded and slow-motion bedlam can occur as they sort themselves out!


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Still, in the end, some semblance of order is established and everyone can settle down to bake in the sun in peace...


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