Many times I have photographed this bird. The Great Blue Heron. Big, beautiful and difficult to photograph. It’s a game of who see’s who first. This was a location near the Tetons in very early spring. Advantage Jim. The only landing area was the only thawed pool in the area. I camped motionless waiting for the landing. The first few were touch and goes. A fun afternoon in sub zero weather.
A whole day with this mother. The Black Bear had two new cubs the year of this photo. A very long lens made it possible to watch and photograph from a safe distance. With her several nursing’ and multiple naps made for an interesting day as a photographer/admirer. Here attention never left me for long periods. This nap on the rock was a true expression of how tiring it may be raising and protecting two new cubs.
He is watching you.