Of bears and cliffs – part III

By: Arjen Drost

Aug 22 2013

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Category: Birds, mammals, nature, Photography, Polar

4 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:380mm
ISO:800
Shutter:1/800 sec
Camera:Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Polar Bear and Brunnich’s Guillemots

The chicks were about two weeks old, making a nice snack for the bear. And with about 100.000 breeding pairs, there are enough of those snacks to keep him fed for a while. Although, despite all the climbing skills of this bear most of them will be out of reach for him. Here the bear has just cleaned out the first ledge and discovered a new one, with the last parents fleeing again…

 

**to be continued**

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4 comments on “Of bears and cliffs – part III”

  1. The agility of the polar bear is amazing. I tend to think of bears as lumbering around, but can see that my preconceived ideas are all wrong. This whole series of shots has been absolutely stunning.

  2. Cool shot. Really the depth feeling you have here with all the different elevations.

  3. Wow, exciting series, but even more so for the guillemots 😉


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