- fototab (2177)
- [2006-12-06 6:15]
what a pleasant view of this bear,
it is a shame they have to wait longer now days for the ice,
- Nephrotome2 (2538)
- [2006-12-06 6:22]
Impressive capture. Getting close to those guys is not so safe. Colors are brilliant.
I would have cropped a litlle more of the grass below, and less of the area on the left. A small nit. The pic remains astonishing.
It might have been useful to explain why polar bears are getting fat in the winter (catching seal who come to the surface to breath)
- mobiaga (146)
- [2006-12-06 6:24]
Hello! fantastic shot! exellent moment! TFS
- PaulH (13882)
- [2006-12-06 7:11]
Great capture of this magnificant creature. It's a shame the future's not too bright for them eh? i agree with Nephrotome2 on the cropping but it's still a fantastic shot, well done!
Thanks for sharing,
- Adanac (21378)
- [2006-12-06 7:14]
Great shot, have thought of going to Churchill one day and this makes me want to even more. Like to pose, detail and well everything. TFS Rick
very nice, I would sharpen and than crop the lower dark area. Look at the workshop. TFS, Ori
- Argus (50626)
- [2006-12-06 8:15]
I think Ori's WS is a definite improvement both in comp. and sharpness, but you desrve the credit for taking this shot of the Polar Bear, one of the most dangerous animals in the world.
TFS, regards. Ivan
- SelenE (13972)
- [2006-12-06 8:58]
A precious shot. Wonderful to see photos of them in the wild.Great job!
- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2006-12-06 9:38]
You must have been really close?
Good he was sleeping...
A bit soft in focus IMO..
Nevertheless special and IMO a bit 'dangerous' picture.
- Dave (2178)
- [2006-12-06 14:49]
Must be an older bear Obe.
Nice shot & good composition!