Polar Bears 2
- Heaven (7912)
- [2008-04-21 3:21]
This is impressive, touching and cute at the same time. You were lucky to be at the right moment at the right place. Moreover, you captured the scene in a technically perfect manner.
- inked (771)
- [2008-04-21 3:50]
nice shot of this wildlife action.. rare action too i'd imagine.. hopefully it's successful! nicely captured.. fantastic sharp detail, nice pov. really interesting poses =D .. especially those facial expressions heheh. great work! tfs
- lousat (65489)
- [2008-04-21 4:15]
Hi Anel,they looks like my last ladybirds..eehhehe..very nice and intersting pic,perfect moment to take and great quality,my best compliments,luciano
- MMM (11425)
- [2008-04-21 6:09]
Jolie capture.Voici une situation particuliere que je n'avais jamais vue chez l'ours polaire.L'expression faciale des 2 sujets est impreassionante.
- jusninasirun (14660)
- [2008-04-21 7:26]
Hello Anne. Another beautiful bears in the playful mood captured well here in superb sharpness and clarity. Thanks for sharing and very well done. Best regards. Jusni
- gondox (1585)
- [2008-04-21 8:44]
Polar bears are animals I always find nice and cute, but this "composition" they pose here is not very common to post, although the essence of nature and living! My compliments for showing, I enjoyed the shot while probably they enjoyed modeling even more! :)
- marhowie (486)
- [2008-04-21 9:35]
This is a first for me, never seen polar bears performing so nicely!
Well composed with good detail/exposure, and great POV of the action..Thank you for this impressive, albeit naughty treat today ;-)
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2008-04-21 9:46]
Wonderful action shot of the cute pair. It is composed perfectly. Level of an exposure and shadows are so impressive. It seem to me you have used so small aperture value. Yu can reach great DOF, I suppose, using large aperture value and use shorter exposure time for getting sharp image. My compliments and TFS.
- izler (44)
- [2008-04-21 13:42]
good capture and nice activity :)
i like composition, pose, POV, DOF and colours
- Proframe (4096)
- [2008-04-21 15:15]
This is what we call wildlife action......lol!!!
Great pose you've captured this couple in.
We will wait and see if another Knut will be born next winter.I can imagine that the scene was quite impressive and you did'nt make to many shots.
Very well done. TFS!!!
Kindest regards, Harry
- rousettus (19818)
- [2008-04-22 16:32]
your notes give a nice new for bear. your shot also show this reality. Nicely composed from nice POV. Exposure and focus very nice. thanks for sharing, best wishes
- Mana (18598)
- [2008-04-23 10:39]
Wonderful shot and a very tender momnet captured. The expression on their faces tells about their feeling at this moment. Very neat and sharp image with perfect lighting. The BG rocks gives a nice dimension to the image. Excellent POV and composition. Kudos.
- sayat (1457)
- [2008-05-08 4:02]
Very nice capture of this intimate moment Dear Anne! I hope one day they produce more babies than humans.
Pour ma premiere viste sur ta galerie, je suis un peu choqué (lol) par cette image...
Bon, c'est une prise de vue intéressantes car nous n'avons pas beaucoup l'occasion de voir de tels animaux, de surcroit en situation de copulation. Ils ont bien intérêt car la population d'ours polaire va beaucoup décroitre en raison de la fonte des glaces due au réchauffement climatique. Pourquoi ce choix du f/22?
- sranjan (5784)
- [2009-05-14 5:00]
Its rare to see such biological behaviour of these giant animals within the confinement. Well caught & hope by now a cute baby bear must be roaming with them :) TFS
- Ingrid1 (0)
- [2013-07-09 12:16]
Thank you for perusing your portfolio for a contribution to my theme.
It was a nice surprise to see your name, and I was interested to read, that polar bears like to close the bedroom door.
I am truly confused about the variety of shades one finds on polar bears. I have yet to establish if this is linked to the seasons or the environment?!?
Thanks again for sharing your work,
Best wishes from South Africa