An occasionally playful grizzly bear foraging near Roaring Mountain in Yellowstone National Park. Pentax K20D + Sigma 100-300 f/4 + 1.4x TC.
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Wow that is so cool to get a grizzly in the wild! I would love to go to Yellowstone, the last time we visited Wyoming we were meant to visit but ran out of time.
I really like #2, very cute. Is it a crop or it that the shot, it looks a fraction over-sharpened to me but I could be wrong, either way its a great shot. Thanks so much for sharing!
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Oh wow. There are people who to Yellowstone just to see a grizzly and never find one. These are great. Love 2 and 3 in particular. Don't know for sure if they are over sharpened, maybe just a tad.
You could clone out the piece of grass near the eye in the last one. It reminds me of my dog.
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Hey Steve awesome Grizzly shots , I especially like the second one... well done
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What a great series. I love the 3rd one. The composition is wonderful.
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All the angels were busy.
So, they sent me Buddy, instead.
Thank You Liv, Skippy, Wayne, and Monnie. I've been playing around with the unsharp mask in PSE7 and I may have overdone it some. April is a good month for wildlife in Yellowstone where everything is waking up.
second stands with fine action on the part of the bear......really the hairs look little bit over-sharpened. a great series....
Love that last shot. What a Yogi moment! I'm so envious!
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Steve, very nice! I can't pick a favorite because they each say something a bit different to me.
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Man I would love to be there. Number 2 is my favorite. Theser are very sharp photos. Great Job.
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Thanks everyone. I glad you're enjoying them.
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