Up Close And Personal With An Elk

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Cresview, FL - United States

Nice capture!

Phoenix, Az - United States

Magnificent.

Norwalk, OH - United States

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Fort Myers, FL - United States

stunning capture.

Kamloops, BC - Canada

A beauty Nadine and Bob! f/v!

Bonanza, OR - United States

Featured..."Out West" June 6, 2013. Congrats!

New Brunswick, NJ - United States

Amazing! Voted.

Seattle, Wa - United States

Bob, What a RACK! So soft and fuzzy~ That is quite the bone he has over his eyes! He gets good shade! haha.. FV

Halifax, NS - Canada

Very nice work!!! VOTED

Cottonwood, Ar - United States

Getting shots like this, partly luck, mostly patience. When I seen an animal, stop, dont move, and wait. Believe they are curious and so come closer to check out whats going on. In addition animals in National Parks do not fear people as no hunting had been allowed as long as the park existed. Have many shots where deer, elk, bobcats, and other animals have come close enough to get a good shot. Caught a Marmot one time in Yosemite, spotted him and froze. He ranged back and forth coming down the hill, until he was closed enough to sniff my boot. Then he just wandered off. Have had deer and elk come within five feet, then someone coming down a trail singing and making a lot of noise scared them off. They never saw them. Nadine and I followed a Doe and her Fawn one day within 15 feet, for half a mile as they browsed along a trail. Stayed far enough away so they felt comfortable. Each time they moved further, followed them, maintaining our distance. Experience in Korea helped and taught Nadine to watch for stones, pebbles, twigs, to move silently, even controlling breathing so it is silent as possible. Had to move through mountain trails and across valleys in the dark silently on night patrols. One night we hung Christmas Cards on the Chinese barbed wire undetected. Always wondered what they thought in the morning when they found them.

It can take as long as 30 - 60 min waiting...

Dallas, TX - United States

Awesome capture and detail!

New Orleans, LA - United States

Bob & Nadine, WOW! Don't think that I've ever "been so close" to one, as in your great photo! voted

Hermann, MO - United States

I can almost smell the steaks on the grill Bob. Super capture. voted

Portsmouth, NH - United States

Great buck shot! v/f

Sykesville, MD - United States

I love this capture - the expression in the eyes, the detail so clear you can "feel" the texture, the green hues in the background. f/v.

Panama City, FL - United States

Amazing capture of this Elk!

San Jose, CA - United States

Magnificent capture! F/V

Edmonds, Wa - United States

Beautiful Capture! Voted!

Silute, Si - Lithuania

Stunning V/Fv/Tw

Shreveport, LA - United States

Back again and I pinned it!

Crawford, CO - United States

Great shot

Anola, MB - Canada

this shot is exquisite Nadine/Bob. That is some closeup!

Walsall, We - United Kingdom

So close you can almost touch him! voted

Portland, OR - United States

WOW, what a great image. I love wildlife photos. f/voted.

Shreveport, LA - United States

Beautiful! And he seems to be posing. v f

Brooklyn, ny - United States

wonderful work , v

Pune - India

Great capture!V/F

Franklin Square, NY - United States

Bob and Nadine, I just returned to your wonderful gallery for the second time and voted and favorite another 50 great paintings, scenic photos and wildlife. This image really caught my eye, The details on the elk are outstanding the the photo's clarity is amazing. Love how when you are looking at this photo you look right at the eyes of the elk and you have done a great job at capturing those fantastic eyes. Love the great details of his surroundings by looking at this photo I feel like I am right there with the elk only a few feet away. Excellent photo, favorite, voted and google and FB promoted along with favorite and voting for an additional 49 of your great images

Mesa, AZ - United States

What a wonderful up close shot - the velvet on the antlers is awesome. visiting from USA Artist News, v

Fort Worth, TX - United States

Visiting from USA Artists, V

Temple, TX - United States

This is my favorite kind of photography, being prepared and positioned so you can respond to what comes to you. I remember many close encounters with wildlife through the years, but unfortunately don't have many shots like this to show for them. V&F

Boise, ID - United States

v/f Terrific !

Henderson, NV - United States

Hi, there! What a cutie! v

Kaneohe, HI - United States

beautiful! voted

Daytona Beach, FL - United States

Fantastic close up!!! f/v Visiting from USA Artist news.

Denver, CO - United States

Very nice! From the neck to the antlers, the detail is fantastic!

Buckeye, AZ - United States

Great Photograph. He is watching your every move! Want to wish you both a Happy Thanksgiving and say thanks for all of your hard work on FAA.

Westminster, CO - United States

Great capture and story! V/F/G

Bentonville, AR - United States

It is exciting--and I am still like a little kid when I see deer or elk. You look really close to him--and he seems to be watching you. I had one get really mad at me--and I have that shot. This is a great shot. Fav and Vote :)

Worthing - United Kingdom

Voted. Great shot. May not have been that close, but that doesnt matter, love it! :)

Cottonwood, AZ - United States

It was a lot of fun taking these photos of the elk. My brother went with us to the Grand Canyon on this trip. Id done a lot of packing of the RV before we left, so decided to sit in Mather Campground and rest for the afternoon. My brother took off and went to the Rim. The campground was almost empty, with only about five campers in it, when a heard of about 28 Elk, began browsing through the campground. Just went and stood in a patch of bushes, leaning against a tree to remain steady moving as little as possible. They came closer and closer as they moved through the campground, several of them came within a dozen feet of where I was standing. The one with leaves in his mouth, was less than ten feet from me.

North Richland Hills, TX - United States

Beautiful photo! Would love to have been the one to have taken this one!!

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