It’s been a Mother’s Day tradition in our family for over ten years to go to Yellowstone for the day (we live pretty close by) and we’ve always seen at least one bear. I think they come out specially for my Mom. 😀
However, yesterday’s trip was special. Why? Because we saw not one, not two, not even seven (our previous Mother’s Day record), but TEN bears! And all in a span of like an hour! They were all black bears, no grizzlies, and we also saw the usual buffalo, elk, deer, pronghorn, etc…. Oh and tourists too, we saw those a lot… 😉
Here are some pictures….hopefully you guys can zoom in on the ones that are a little further away… ❤
Some scraggly elk 🙂
A buffy lol
These pronghorn were running with a herd of elk…
Bear #1 leaving the water
Bears 5 & 6 were sleeping…
This was a mama and three cubs, one of these four was bear #4 from before 🙂
We didn’t get a picture of bear #10….but he was really cute too!
Most of these pictures are credit of my sista….check out her blog: http://www.thelighthouseofessays.wordpress.com
We live close to Yellowstone National Park, so my family and I took a trip to the park on Memorial Day. It was lots of fun, an absolutely gorgeous day, so we had a great time!
We really wanted to see a moose in the park, because we always see them outside the park. And we did! We saw one, and I got some pictures of it. We also saw a black bear. It was small and cute and furry, and even though I am freaked out about bears (yes, I’ve grown up in bear country, know the proper precautions, etc…but I’m still freaked out about them!) this one looked like it wouldn’t harm a fly! Anyway, I know that looks are most definitely deceiving with bears, but it was still cute and it came close to the car so I got some nice shots (camera shots, that is). Continue reading
Here are some more photos I took. Still practicing! Tell me what you think.
I got a camera for my birthday and I’ve been trying to take good looking pictures and practice some tips. I haven’t had much of a chance to get out and try it on landscapes yet, but here are a few pictures that I’ve taken. Tell me what you think! Continue reading