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A young grizzly checks out the tourists
Lens: 55-300 Camera: K20D Photo Location: British Columbia ISO: 200 
Posted By: Heinrich Lohmann, 08-11-2010, 08:09 PM











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08-11-2010, 08:18 PM   #2
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Nice shot!

I wonder where his/her mamma was...
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Hi Heinrich, great captures, cant help but think maybe "papa bear" told junior, its a
big world out there, have at it...
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great captures buddy!

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Well done Heinrich.
Good shots of this little fella.
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Nice shot!

I wonder where his/her mamma was...
Thank you. It looked to me like this was his first year on his own.

Take care,

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Hi Heinrich, great captures, cant help but think maybe "papa bear" told junior, its a
big world out there, have at it...
Thank you for the kind comments Bill and you are probably right, mama told him to get lost.

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great captures buddy!
Thank you kindly and do take care,

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Well done Heinrich.
Good shots of this little fella.
Thank you Ash, it is appreciated.

Take care,
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Brings a whole new meaning to meals on wheels, I like this sequence of shorts it tells the story well, good stuff.
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Brings a whole new meaning to meals on wheels, I like this sequence of shorts it tells the story well, good stuff.
Thank you kindly dear sir, it's appreciated.

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That's an interesting series Heinrich. I enjoyed it - thanks for posting
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great captures heinrich.... now that's something you don't see around here... thanks for sharing 'yogi' .... dave m
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Great set of images, Heinrich!
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Great captures, I got some very similar photos a few years ago of a black bear.
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Nice photos. I could not imagine seeing one of them walking on the road.
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That's an interesting series Heinrich. I enjoyed it - thanks for posting
Hi Norbert, thank you and you are welcome.

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great captures heinrich.... now that's something you don't see around here... thanks for sharing 'yogi' .... dave m
Thank you dave, some years I see none of them but this summer I came across grizzlies three times.

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Great set of images, Heinrich!
Thank you Bud and do take care,

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Great captures, I got some very similar photos a few years ago of a black bear.
Thank you for the kind words, it is appreciated.

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Nice photos. I could not imagine seeing one of them walking on the road.
Thank you, in the Spring and early Summer they seem to feed on dandelions growing in the ditches.

Take care,
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Very cool of all I time I have spent in the bush (Rig Pig for about 4 years) I have never seen a wild Grizzly well done.
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