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I probably take more wildlife pictures than anything else. Here are some from the last couple weeks. I'll continue to add to this thread.

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Friend of mine was out a couple days ago and got close to some killer whales... Maybe a little too close







While my lady and I were taking cell phone video ( and still photos with a real camera ) of humpbacks bubble feeding... These are screenshots from video



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I love shooting wildlife
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Damn those are some amazing pictures
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Very Nice pics. I do a lot of wildlife photography as well. Here is a link to my flickr page:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/131622075@N08/
(hope its ok to share link?)
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I like taking photos but am a terrible photographer. Even took a class and the teacher said I was hopeless. I took this photo though of my son and a bushbuck ewe that will always be my favorite!
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You can barely see the hook in his mouth.
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in louisiana these are just called "food pictures"

first, you make a roux . . .
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Hey! We are out of corn out here!
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if you live in FL guess an osprey is no big deal, don't see too many in jersey though. sweet topic

backwaters of marco / isle of capri area

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Those are some great bear pictures! I love the big furry fellows.
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Picture is crap but amazing to see not one but two bald eagles at my local bass lake here inland San Diego of all places....
Took the pic just this last Sunday!
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Originally Posted by dnt99611 View Post
Those are some great bear pictures! I love the big furry fellows.
Thanks, I have hundreds, I've photographed 20 different bears in just the last couple months but although I have a very nice camera my lens aren't up to our lowlight situations here in Southeast. In the last couple months I've had an opportunity to watch two sets of 2 1/2-year-old triplets which is a little unusual, the sow will typically not take three cubs back to her den.
This is three 2 1/2-year-olds and a quite large sow, the body of water between them and us is the upper end of the titlal influence of a creek and although the cubs can swim around there the sow could walk across and be on us in seconds. We spent over half an hour within 50 feet of these four bears.
The fourth photo was taken by my buddy who was alongside me with a better lens.










And another set of 2 1/2-year-old triplets, I spent an hour with these and it was amazing to watch four bears work together fishing.



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