Thanks, West. That's a pink salmon(aka humpy). But they'll eat any protein they can catch.That looks like a Rainbow Trout, thought they only went after Salmon.
Great photo as usual.
Thanks, Louie.Outstanding image, top notch work Dan.
Thanks, Bob. Even a blind squirrel finds and acorn once in a whileEverything about this shot is good..
Thanks, Ann. Yes this shot is all about that poor fish. As a matter of fact I've titled this one "Humpy" which is the Alaskan term for pink salmon due to their backs becoming humped when they morph during the spawn.Excellent! The curve of that unfortunate salmon adds the finishing touch.
Thanks, Karen. This one will do well on metal.Stunning image! It will make an impressive print!
Thanks, Mike. They're just a plane ride away.Awesome picture, one day I will go.
Indeed the poor fish is in for a rough couple of minutes. The bears don't bother killing them before they eat. At least this one is already spawned out so had fulfilled its mission before being caught.That fish have a bad day!...
Thanks, Mike. Yes the fishes eye was my point of focus... Well at least it was in the focal plane I've posted some similar shots in the past but I don't think this is one of them.I think I remember this one from a couple years ago. I especially like the clarity of the fish's eye.
Thanks, Nick. Yes the water adds a dynamic aspect to these shots of the bears fishing.Those water drops are amazing too--they really give the sense of action!
Thanks, Randy. For some reason I find that 3D look that we see on screen is hard to replicate in print. But IMO it comes out better on metal than any other print media.spectacular shot Dan with amazing clarity and 3d look