Expressive Wildlife Imagery: Patience
One of the most important lessons I have learned with photography is patience. I have visited Juneau, Alaska many times and have always wanted a chance to photograph a bear in front of Mendenhall Glacier. I was out photographing with my friend Bob Armstrong, and mentioned this to him. He led me over to a spot where we sat and waited for nearly an hour. Surely enough, a black bear appeared and spent thirty minutes or so waiting for fish. His patience and mine paid off - he captured several fish and I captured this moment.
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