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I’ll be away this weekend, so I thought I would celebrate Mother’s Day today! Here’s mama griz and cub in Kananaskis, Alberta. They were searching for the best patch of grass to chew up. Hope they had a good winter! Happy Mom’s Day!Read More Happy Mother’s Day Weekend!
Waterton, Alberta. Part of the International Peace Park, along with Glacier in Montana. One of my favorite places in the world. You might recognize a similar shot as the header for my blog! I’m counting down the days until I am here again. The first thing I will do will be the Bear’s Hump hike […]Read More Waterton National Park
What a stunning shot of a mink. They are adorable! Check out his website – he has some amazing photographs of all kinds of wildlife including several species of birds, turtles and alligators. There is a series of shots of this guy with his fish dinner. They are outstanding! I’ve spent several hours on several […]Read More Photographs I love: Mink by Phil Lanoue
This photograph was taken in Jasper, Alberta. I was shooting a few landscape shots in the area, and turned around to see this lil guy peeking at me through the tall grass. So cute!Read More Peek a boo
What do you think this griz is thinking about, as she gazes off into the distance? Did I forget to turn the oven off earlier? What was the name of this weed again? I hope my sister doesn’t call when I am out again today.Read More Bear!
This was one of three cubs of the year that were cruising along Maligne Lake Road in Jasper, Alberta two summers ago. They were probably the cutest things I have ever seen (aside from my puppy). I hope to see them again this summer…much bigger, and healthy!Read More Can’t get any cuter.
Come on guys. I had a great landscape shot set up! These bighorn sheep decided to crash my attempt at landscape photography, while in Jasper this past summer. After setting up my camera on a tripod and double checking the settings, I looked up and saw a herd/cackle/group/pasture…whatever the name is of these guys coming […]Read More What a way to ruin a photo!
An alternate view of my marmot friend. He was really checking my camera out, and after a few moments he decided it was safe to make faces at.Read More Hmmm…curious!
A good news post. I’ve been helping to support the Spirit Bear Youth Coalition for a while now and they are on the brink of victory. The victory is protecting this very unique and endangered kermode bear, or spirit bear, only found on the B.C. coast of Canada. Please read on for two ways you can […]Read More Photographs I love: D. Simon Jackson Photography