November 30, 2017

Black Bear Cubs

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November 30, 2017
Black Bear Cubs

Species: Black bear | Location: Cades Cove, Smoky Mountains, USA

A black bear mother sent her cubs up a tree to play while she feeds below.

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About The Photographer

Robert Is a self-educated professional photographer and writer, based in West Central Florida in the winter months and in the Southern Tier Region of New York State in the summer and fall months. His photography specialty is nature and wildlife. Robert's photos are the result of patient hours spent in the field, exploring, absorbing, seeing, and figuring out the subject in order to get a quality image. He fully embraces the power of Adobe Lightroom to ensure his images represent the factual representation of the subjects he is seeking. Robert's retirement allows the luxury of travel to the various national parks throughout the country, where he can add quality photos to his personal stock library. Robert’s publications include calendar publishers, magazines, handbooks, online magazines, contests, and business journals.

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