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luckybry 6 3 Scotland
16 Oct 2011 9:21AM
grusome but awesome image

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16 Oct 2011 9:23AM

Quote:Grusome but awesome image

goodone ronbear
SlowSong Plus
8 6.4k 29 England
16 Oct 2011 9:31AM
That's a lovely dinner it's caught there. Good. He hasn't got stuck in yet though I see; his face is still nice and white (if indeed it is a he, probably a she). Smile
munk 12 United Kingdom
16 Oct 2011 9:34AM
well captured Ron, love the background layers of ice with the bear at the bottom.

mr chiPs
derekhansen Plus
8 210 24 United Kingdom
16 Oct 2011 9:42AM
That splash of scarlet tells the story Ron.
mrswoolybill Plus
9 986 1500 United Kingdom
16 Oct 2011 10:01AM

Quote:That splash of scarlet tells the story Ron.
Blood on snow creates a very particular sense of the drama that has unfolded. Brilliant.
franken Plus
14 4.0k 4 Wales
16 Oct 2011 10:46AM

Quote:Grusome but awesome image

I agree Ron.

16 Oct 2011 10:50AM
Well caught
7 10 10 England
16 Oct 2011 11:28AM
Magnificient animal - awesome surroundings.
maggieh 8 4 United Kingdom
16 Oct 2011 12:39PM
Great natural history shot, tells it as it is. Not a lot left is there?
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
16 Oct 2011 3:19PM
A great wildlife shot. Glad there is food around for him........Sandy
alansnap Plus
12 577 26 United Kingdom
16 Oct 2011 3:23PM
Another great shot Ron. I think the colour balance here is excellent. The lack of remains just shows how thoroughly an animal finishes its prey when catching it is hard work, but also where there is only one top predator.
Looks lime the quick white fox wasn't as quick as it should have been?

JustDucky 5 8 Canada
16 Oct 2011 8:46PM
wow Fab shot Ron
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
16 Oct 2011 10:22PM
wow, certainly not a shot most of us will ever get.
Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
17 Oct 2011 9:06AM
The red gives this real impact Ron
Regards Richard
dakasuju 7 6
17 Oct 2011 5:31PM
Ron, as you know I do admire your photos and I respect your opinion that you like it warmer, but for me I prefer it to be a bit cooler, which is my experience there. Of course it could be my monitor although I have regularly "colormunkied" it. I agree it is a warm colour when the sun is low of course, however each to his own, it is still a great photo. Ken

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