Sunday, October 13, 2013

Mug Shot

     I had to go back in the archives a little to get these. We've had anywhere from heavy rain to a heavy mist falling constantly here since last Wednesday afternoon. There's been a big low pressure system sitting right off the Virginia coast pumping cold, wet weather into the valley. Definitely not weather conducive to checking trail cameras.
     I had meant to post these a while back but never got around to it. Typical of the bears. They've always got to get a close look at the camera when they're a round it.





15 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

love these! the first made me laugh. the others made me marvel at how beautiful a creature they are. :)

Brian King said...

We've had a bear around our hunting cabin and property, but I've never actually seen one in the woods. These are nice photos! They look healthy.

Michelle said...

Wow! What a close up! lol

Linda said...

Ha! I love this bear! He's a bigger ham than Yogi!

Ola said...

he was so close!!!

Ana Mínguez Corella said...

Oh my god!!!.. Close up.. Eye to eye.. ha.. Congrats..

Buttons said...

Seen that front of weather rain it is a huge front. Love the bear captures. B

Fjällripan said...

Haha, I had to look twice to see what it was at the first picture!! He was so close :)

Carole M. said...

they could really ruin your camera set up if they wanted to?

Michaele said...

Wow. Eyeball to eyeball. I can almost smell his breath.

Betty Manousos said...

love bears!such beautiful creatures!

your photos are superb.

Brita said...

We have a great discussion in Sweden about the bear danger. How far away are you björnarnma as you shoot? They look just peace out. Are they a concern for the population? / Brita

Nitas said...

Tack för din kommentar inne på min blogg :) Och vilka vackra foton du har , har suttit nu och kikat på några inlägg så hit kommer jag flera gånger // Mvh Anita

Lindsjö taxar said...

Lovely nose shoot!
Great to see the bears.
This week a moose hunter was attacked by a bear. He survived with some bites

Jani said...

Hi Joe!
Thanks for joining my blog. You have great pics, and i will follow your blog too.

Cheers, Jani