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CliveA 10 5 United Kingdom
20 Oct 2011 7:07AM
Very appropriate image for this cold morning Ron. Beautiful creatures.

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Another good capture of these endangered creatures in their natural habitat Ron, nice lighting on the coat

alansnap Plus
12 577 26 United Kingdom
20 Oct 2011 7:44AM
The light wasn't quite so kind to you on this one. An interesting behavioural view of these magnificent animals. How right you are about how long these bears have. Severe environmental change often drive evolutionary trends so I'm waiting to see how their behaviour is changing and whether any polar bears find an effective survival mechanism. So much depends on their prey species too.
7 10 10 England
20 Oct 2011 8:32AM
Can't say better thn excellent.
vikspics 5 1 United Kingdom
20 Oct 2011 8:33AM
great shot, really like the composition
Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
20 Oct 2011 8:48AM
As Alans say the light was not at its best of this one Ron, but you have capture the respect that they have for each other well
regards Richard
Always on the prowl and always looking for food. Big beast to keep fed for the winter months when slim pickings are the order of the day.

franken Plus
14 4.0k 4 Wales
20 Oct 2011 10:17AM
Another excellent wildlife image Ron.

GillyB Plus
11 317 8 United Kingdom
20 Oct 2011 11:13AM
Wonderful subject captured in superb light, excellent Ron!

JustDucky 5 8 Canada
20 Oct 2011 2:29PM
superb detail, couldn't imagine being there - fantastic image Ron
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
20 Oct 2011 2:33PM
Awesome capture. ...........Sandy
20 Oct 2011 2:34PM
Another excellent take giving an insight into the world of the polar bear, Ron.
SlowSong Plus
8 6.4k 29 England
20 Oct 2011 4:27PM
I really like the patch of light on the bear's back and the curled in paw on the other bear - a lovely touch, and what a pretty face. A poignant pic.
rontear Plus
13 8 8 England
21 Oct 2011 6:59AM
Thank you all beary muchWink Ron.

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