This grizzly bear cub in Kananaskis was caught with their mouth open while chewing. How rude :) AdvertisementsRead More Gotta eat my greens!
Grand Teton National Park These two bull moose were lounging around waiting for the sun to set one gorgeous summer evening. So neat to see!Read More Two moose are better than one.
Otters make the funniest faces. Love this shot! See more entertaining otters: Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4Read More Pttthhhhhtt!
This grizzly in Yellowstone gave the saddest looks. I go through the series of shots and just want to reach out and give him/her a hug. Kidding! (don’t approach wildlife).Read More Lonely, I am so lonely!
Mrs. Otter was musing over a fine meal of trout one evening in the summer at Trout Lake in Yellowstone National Park. What was she thinking? This trout needs a nice glass of wine with it? Did my tax form arrive in the mail yet? I wonder what I should wear tomorrow?Read More Hmmm, what is the meaning of life?
I love this photo of a bull moose in Grand Teton National Park. I was catching him as he began the motions of rising out of the marsh and standing up to his full, dripping splendor. Quite a neat sequence of shots (more to come!).Read More What are YOU looking at?
This marmot in Sedge Bay (Yellowstone National Park) was on high alert after we both heard a long howl from a wolf. I love the setting in Sedge Bay with the burnt silver trees, lush green bushes, scenics of Yellowstone Lake against the steaming geothermal activity on the ground…what a gorgeous and unique place! Related […]Read More Marmot Patrol
I saw this lil guy swimming around right before sunset in Hayden Valley (Yellowstone National Park). It was unsure from the face whether he was a beaver or a muskrat. Fortunately he raised his tail and I saw that it was definitely a muskrat. I love the golden setting sun reflecting off the calm lake…so […]Read More Muskrat or Beaver?
Not. This was actually taken in the middle of the day on Dunraven Pass in Yellowstone National Park. We slowly winded our way through this very dense fog and I decided I needed to stop to take a photo of what appeared to be a scene late at night in a spooky forest. And then […]Read More A dark and spooky night…or day?
Watch as the cyclist grinds to a halt as he spots these two black bears. Then shout to the van to let him in… He then climbs in… And the bears continue down the road just taking a nice leisurely walk.Read More Uh, what should I do here?