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    Default Kamtchatka Brown Bear ( M/F ) VIII

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    Hi folks ... this Bear seems to say , be aware this is my catch .
    Look at that eye contact , I love that .
    Maybe you like it too .

    Image captured on the beach of Kuril Lake , river mouth was just to the left ... where all the Salmon where trying to go to for spawning .


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    EF 500 IS L II
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    F 4,5 ; Iso 3200 ; 1/2000 sec

    Processed with DT 4.6.1 and PSCC 2024 ; image leveled and recropped ; gardening in FG and GB

    Thanks for looking and commenting

    Cheers Andreas

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    Hello Andreas,

    I do like the expression from the bear and those 'wild eyes', very impressive. Nice POV too. Tempted to remove the bird though as it detracts quite a bit, but it's all up to you. Just curious, what was the subject feeding on?

    Kind regards,
    Gabriela Plesea

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    Almost ghost like, the paler fur looks "edgey" yet not over-sharpened, I really like the image, it leaves me wondering just what the bear is thinking. I don't mind the gull on the right. A very strong image - super processing, I like it a lot.

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    Thanks Gabriela and Jon for your comments , much appreciated .

    @ Gabriela ... I decided to let the gull live , as there is another one right behind the bear . That one is somehow difficult to remove .... so I let both live

    Cheers Andreas

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