Thanks Randywell done Bob
I know..We've contacted the Ministry of Natural Resources to report the visits. Cleaned up the yard of bird seeds and hoping they will become discouraged and find food in the woods.Nice conversion, Bob; makes ol' Bruin look dignified. But I hate to say it, even in B&W the bear is still there
I know...what about us humans? The black flies were crazy bad when I mowed the lawn.Poor guy (gal) has some serious insect problems.
Thanks Bart. Happy that you enjoyed the photos. Wild boars! can be dangerous from what I have read. But then, I've also read that wild boar steaks can be very tasty!Really beautiful, Bohdan!
I must admit I like both versions. They do give a quite different mood to the image though.
Your original shows a bit more sadness in the bears look. That's the one that "speaks" the most to me.
On the issue of being visited by bears in your yard: Wow!
You really live on the wild side
The wildest thing that once took up residence in our yard, was a rabbit.
A tame one, that was lost or abandoned. It was rescued by an animal shelter we called.
Lots of cats of course. House cats and wild cats.
Things are a bit more lively in the eastern part of the country: a few wolfs are coming back and wild boars are even becoming a plague.
Wild boars never vanished from the Ardennes but now they are spreading out into farmland, parkland and residential areas.
Thanks Bart. Happy that you enjoyed the photos. Wild boars! can be dangerous from what I have read. But then, I've also read that wild boar steaks can be very tasty!