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A Low Blow
Photo By David Schultz

  • Title: A Low Blow
  • State/Province/Region: Manitoba
  • Country: Canada
  • Nearest Town: Churchill
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Description: I spent several days in the Tundra Buggy Lodge on the edge of The Wapusk National Park photographing polar bears. This was captured in late in November just as the Hudson Bay started to freeze over. Several bears had been laying in the snow sleeping when all of a sudden two of them went at it in a mock battle. It was great having our position be so that the scene was back-lit which really set off the snow blowing off their coats.
  • Gear: Nikon D2x, Nikkor 200-400mm
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Keywords:  AnimalsWildlife
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