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    I love to watch these guys flip rocks!

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    Excellent action shot. Nicely done. Pretty amazing how effortless the bear makes this appear when that rock is probably several hundred pounds plus partially embedded in sand and gravel. What is he/she after here?

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    Perhaps this is just a personal touch I would prefer, but the subject is the bear, and it's a bit dark to me. Other than that it's an awesome picture.

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    This is in Alaska - when fishing slows down, they start turning over rocks to try to uncover salmon that didn't make it upstream before perishing.

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    Everything works well for me.

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    Re: Fishing

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaimej26 View Post
    This is in Alaska - when fishing slows down, they start turning over rocks to try to uncover salmon that didn't make it upstream before perishing.
    It's amazing they know to turn the rocks over to look..... Great capture.

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    Great shot... I was very disappointed not to see bears fishing during my trip to Alaska.

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    Wow, I'm looking at your picture on a different computer and the bear looks great! I think I better check my calibration on my other computer. Nice work.

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    Nice shot and well done. Funny I was just watching bears on National Geo and they were filming them swimming under the water to find the dead fish. Having lived in Alaska for 6 yrs I never new they actually dove for fish as well.

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    Well done!

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    Thats a brute, what claws... we have black bears they look a litle friendlier... great shot.

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