Dennis Fast, a Canadian photographer, captured some incredible images of bears in fireweed fields. He stayed at Churchill Wild Lodge in Manitoba, Canada, which boasts its proximity to polar bears. Moreover Fast saw the animals rolling, stretching, and resting about in the fireweed and took use of the chance to take some photos.
In an online interview, Fast noted, “It’s not simply their color that makes them a favorite target of my camera.” “They wander about with a leisurely, ambling stride, seeking for anything that moves.” It seems like they don’t give a damn about anything and aren’t terrified of anything. It’s not arrogance per, but rather calm confidence that we admire in people and that the polar bear has.”
#1 “Most people are acquainted with polar bear shootings in Hudson Bay and other northern regions.”
#2 People assume the North only has winter since they used to them.
#3 “Polar bears will play with anything”
#4 The male held many blades of grass in his big paws and chewed on them for a long time.
#5 “I also laughed out loud when I saw a calm polar bear shows his fangs and pick a single bloom off a stalk of fireweed blossoms!”
#6 In addition to polar bears, I also like Arctic foxes, snowy owls, and polar bears.
#7 “But it’s not simply their color that attracts my camera.”
#8 “They advance slowly, seeking for anything that moves.”
#9 “They seem carefree and unafraid.”
#10 My images should motivate others to care about animals and do their part.
#11 “Losing something as iconic as the polar bear”
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