Thank you hamzars!
At Eve wills one finds again and again wonderful wild animal photos!
Greetings of Vienna, Manfred
Very beautiful and precious picture, Eve! Thanks for sharing! Greetings, Anne
Great scene! Beautiful photo, Eve!
Thank you so much, Manfred, Anne and May. I like this photo because I enjoyed watching the calf. We were able to see quite a large hard of caribou cross the road, however the little fellow had never seen pavement before and refused to cross with the herd. It took quite a while before his mother returned to fetch him and persuaded him to walk across the pavement.
Great photo, Eve, and you have a cute story to go with it. It's a wonderful experience to watch a young animal learn something new for the first time.
Dear Eve, your last incorporations are wonderful. When I have seen these two caribous I have returned to become reconciled with the Earth, the son follows to the mother and it sight it with respect and many tenderness; with these scenes I recover the pleasure of living in this world, but it is necessary to go almost out of it, to the limits of Alaska. I see a good mantle of snow for the epoch though today I have seen the first snow in Sierra Nevada, on its higher mount, the Mulhacen. In this Province of Granada, it is possible to pass from the snow almost perpetual of Sierra Nevada to the subtropical cultures of the coast in only 40 km in straight line. Thanks for sharing so many beauty, please do not stop of looking at the world.
Un abrazo de tu buen amigo de Granada, Arturo.
Lovely shot,there must be a lot of animal traffic,because of all the tracks in the snow!?
I hope to see once Alaska,but i think it wil be on G.E. and therefore your pics gives a good impression!
Greetings from Holland!!
Thank you for your comments, Ryan. It was the first time I've seen Caribou that close, so I was happy to get the photo.
Arturo, como siempre, tus palabras son como la poesia, y un placer para mi leer. Gracias por escribir!
Tjeert, thank you for your visit. There were many caribou tracks here, and many animals had passed by. We saw at least one hundred animals that day. There were also moose (but I think you call them elk in Europe), coyote, fox and wolf tracks here, too. Alaska is lovely, but it does not have many photos because not many people live there.
The pleasure is to see your photos, Eve, with they the words go out alone.
Un abrazo, Arturo.
Another great shot, Eve.
You took a wonderful photograph. I'm pleased to see that there are still places which weren't destroyed by human and the industry.
Hermosa imagen, supongo que estuviste esperando un buen tiempo para obtener esta imagen, no son fáciles de encontrar estos animales. Felicidades por todo tu trabajo, tienes fotos muy hermosas.
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Photo taken in Southeast Fairbanks, AK, USA
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