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Sep 21, 2007 10:09 |  #1

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Sep 21, 2007 12:01 |  #2

Whoa!!! That is awesome...and way too close for me;)


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Sep 21, 2007 12:02 |  #3

I agree, way to close for me but great shot.




  
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Sep 21, 2007 13:40 |  #4

It's a good thing the bear wasn't in the mood for meat.:lol:

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Sep 21, 2007 15:35 |  #5

Good capture. I hope you were on safe ground, such as a viewing stand.


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Sep 21, 2007 15:42 |  #6

Very nice, post more!


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Sep 21, 2007 18:49 |  #7

I hope you were using the 100-400 with a few extenders :lol:


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Sep 21, 2007 19:17 |  #8

That looks like a huge bear. I sure hope at least somebody in the group was carrying some Bear-Away (.500 S&W :) )


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Sep 21, 2007 20:25 |  #9

This picture is awesome....great job.




  
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Sep 21, 2007 21:44 |  #10

Very nice! Bet the IS was working extra hard :D


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Sep 21, 2007 21:56 |  #11

I love bears ! Would certainly be nice to see some and takes picture, but the nI would need a 100-400 :rolleyes:.. or a 10-22 at 1 foot distance, but that seems dangerous, LOL


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Sep 22, 2007 06:00 |  #12

Wonderful!
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Sep 23, 2007 04:07 |  #13

Yummy! ;-)a

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Sep 23, 2007 05:37 as a reply to  @ DDA's post |  #14

its a wonderful shot :cool:


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Sep 23, 2007 05:45 |  #15

great shot, just how close were you?


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