|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Blessings come in many forms. My dear friend Ingrid had a stroke on Dec. 24th/2012 and survived is a special blessing. Witnessing this Black Bear sow nurse her tiny cub of the year is a different form of blessing. What are some of your blessings?|
This image was captured in Waterton Lakes National Park.
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To answering your question I believe to
the Guardian Angel, it is my conviction.
Excellent photo of this Black Bear mommy
feeding her baby, you have a wonderful luck
to see such wild animals in the wilderness
and to shoot them in photo, I see that the
Black Bears of Alberta are bigger than
of Québec's or Ontario's, TFS
Good to see you back,Rick!
So how have you been?
This picture of a mother Black Bear nursing her baby is really touching.
Yes, blessings come in numerous forms,such as your picture here on TN today.
- [2013-06-16 3:56]
Very nice shot of this bear with good moment captured.
Pity that branch in outlook.
It is always special to watch a parent feeding an offspring. The facial expression - be it a human or an animal - is totally pure.
Thanks for contributing this exceptional photo to the theme. your bear-work is very precious to me.
The color of the lichen is interesting , in total contrast to the shade of the grass
The sharp details make it a pleasure to view this image
Thanks for sharing, dear friend
Greetings from a wintry Tzaneen Dam