Well got back yesterday from my 3 day adventure out in the wilderness. Rented a cabin 25miles in the back country to shoot hummingbirds. Absolutely beautiful scenery, I heard serenity now, serenity now....... On the second day, I went out in the field and watched hummingbirds feed on wildflowers, layed down in the grass to get some shots. Was out there about an hour, and I heard this rippppp, crunch crunch. couple of minutes later same thing, kept messing up my bird shots. Told my sister to keep it quiet back there, then it happened again, then I sat up, and wholly :shock: :shock: (you know what). Knee jerk reaction, was grab the camera, got a couple of shots, then he did NOT like the shutter sound, then I thought I was in doo doo........... the owner drove by and layed on the horn and it took off into the bush. Not sure what would have happen and would rather not think about it, but that was my close in counter. 1/2 hour later my heart slowed back down and a few drinks that night got me back to sleep. 350 pound bear no biggie, yeah right! Im not a little guy but 15 feet was just a little too close for comfort. Thank god he was into grass and dandelions for dinner! Had to share, LOL................Lots of hummers, elk, deer, wild turkey, bears obviously. Best part was this was not a park, but actual wild, nice to think there is still places like this to this day. Did I say this place was beautiful, bottom of a mountain, snow capped, lots of creeks, rivers, greenery :lol: ..............but very little sun for 3 days, but wouldnt have changed a thing. Will definitely be doing a repeat visit........ First shot out of the camera Caught him out in the same field the day after eating grass, this time on my terms LOL...........this side of the fence!