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cats_123 Plus
17 5.1k 30 Northern Ireland
9 May 2021 10:34AM
You wouldn't mess with them...super wildlife photography 😁
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
9 May 2021 10:39AM
Outstanding shot Ron, magnificent beasts...
Isabel GrinGrinGrin
For sure an experience to remember in the snow...

Vince
cooky Plus
17 6 4 United Kingdom
9 May 2021 10:47AM
Good job they're wearing woolly coats Ron!

Excellent image.

Kath
johnsd Plus
14 4 2 Scotland
9 May 2021 10:56AM
Thatís a lovely capture Ron.
9 May 2021 10:56AM
Well captured.
Splendid capture Ron
9 May 2021 11:04AM
Excellent capture
ColleenA Plus
8 483 7 Australia
9 May 2021 11:06AM
Wow that looks cold, an amazing shot
9 May 2021 11:14AM
Brilliant atmospheric capture, what a great experience.
Sylvia
franken Plus
18 5.3k 4 United Kingdom
9 May 2021 11:18AM
Impressive wildlife scene, Ron.
9 May 2021 11:35AM
Outstanding Ron... and once you spot the eyes, it's impossible to stop staring!
Smile
Tony
RonDM Plus
6 104 United Kingdom
9 May 2021 11:39AM
Stunning image well taken

Ron
TrevBatWCC Plus
12 13 19 England
9 May 2021 12:57PM
Nicely posed for you, Ron, in that snowy weather! 😃👍
Trev 😀
Daisymaye Plus
12 23 19 Canada
9 May 2021 1:25PM
How wonderful to come across. Looks so cold but with their thick coats they're just fine.
dales Plus
5 11 Australia
9 May 2021 2:13PM
Remarkable capture Ron , such a wonderful experience it must have been
Ian
9 May 2021 4:16PM
Great capture Ron.
JuBarney Plus
10 33 5 United Kingdom
9 May 2021 5:03PM
You can easily see who lost that snowball fight!!
Terrific shot Ron,
Ju
9 May 2021 10:30PM
A wonderful capture Ron...Lin
9 May 2021 10:45PM
Looks like winter was the perfect time for you to be there, Ron. A great shot of these bisons....at one point almost hunted to extinction by genocidal white Americans.

Peter
gpimages Plus
10 66 2 England
10 May 2021 9:37AM
Brilliant shot!
Graham Wink
10 May 2021 1:11PM
What upsets me though Ron is that before Europeans got there the numbers were so vast that the entire landscape would thunder to the movement of hundreds of them. How I'd have loved to have seen that. What are we doing?
Mike

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