Polar Bear Shaking Water Droplets Off – Churchill area, Canada


Polar Bear - Seal River

Polar Bear shaking water off. This photograph was created at Seal River, Churchill area, Canada.

ISO 1600 | f/5.6 | 1/800 | Manual Mode | AI servo rear focusing

This photograph was created with the Canon 600mm f/4 L IS II USM lens (Canon 600mm f/4 L IS II USM review), the Canon EOS 5D mark III, on a Gimbal head and tripod. Have a look at the equipment I typically carry with me.

The photograph above is a Polar Bear shaking water off his head during a rainy day. This bear was walking around the camp during a very wet day. After following him for a while behind my lens, I realized he was positioning himself to do something different… And here it was, a majestic shake started from nose to tail. I did not miss the amazing sight and made sure to take a few good captures. The creation above is the result! I really like the bear positioned completely parallel to me, seeming to smile while having water droplets almost exploding out from his head. Delightful! I invite you to follow the Bird & Wildlife Photography blog not to miss other outstanding image creations.

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Best,

Steven
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