I just finished my first polar bear trip of the season. It was much colder than I have ever seen it this early. It was -6F and very windy on November 2nd! These cold temps were welcomed by the polar bears as they are more active in cold weather. Here is a photo journal of the trip….
One evening I brought wine and we had sundowners next to the churchill river. The sunset was unreal!!
I set my aperture to the highest number (f32) which closes the hole as much as possible to create a star burst affect on the sun.[/caption]
It was another amazing trip and a great start to the season for me. Stay tuned for more highlights from upcoming trips. I start a photo trip tonight! If you want to see notes and photos from the North from the other nathab guides, check out the Churchillpolarbears blog.
Keep exploring! Brad
Beautiful pictures! Thanks, Brad. Love from your fourth grade teacher.
Loved seeing the bears again through your eyes, Brad!
Great shots, as usual Brad!!
Beautiful! So glad I was able to do this a couple of times! Memories will be forever!!
Beautiful! So glad I was able to do this a couple of times! Memories will be forever!! Great Photos.
Beautiful pictures….thanks for sharing!!!!!! We had a fabulous adventure with you this week. Thank you again for sharing your love of the polar bears and ravens, and all the great stories. Look forward to doing another Nat Hab adventure in the future.
As always, fabulous shots Brad ! Love seeing your photos !!