Tuesday, November 25, 2008

More Bison Tuesday...


I hope you noticed that I stayed close to the original title I came up with yesterday. Hey if I couldn't come up with anything then what would make you think I could come up with something now. Speaking of coming up with something, a few months after I started the blog I realized it would not be easy to keep come up with photos all the time to post on here. What I am starting to realize now is that it is even harder to come up with something to say all the time. See if I ramble on enough like this I don't need to say much more.

These two photographs were taken the same day as the ones in yesterday's post. This was after they exited the water and climbed the hill forcing us back and across the road to a safer area. Once out in the field the younger bison decided it was time to play. They are fun to watch when they start doing this as the do not just run but seem to jump around more. The second photo is of a very large bison that didn't follow the group, he chose the same path we took. Taking his good old time he just slowly walked towards us like the world was his (and I wasn't going to tell him any different). As he crossed the road it became obvious he planned to walk right where I stood shooting away. Needless to say I quickly moved to the other side of the large vehicle parked next to me and looked for my next hiding spot before turning my attention back to him. He walked right past and into the field watching his herd and grazing.

7 comments:

kjpweb said...

Plain gorgeous!
Cheers, Klaus

Tommy V said...

Your last 2 post of the bison I so cool. The video of them cross the water reminds me of an old western movie.

DVM's Wife said...

I find that the only way, at least one good way to share my daily blogging life is with pictures. Love your WY pics. I love it out there, way out west!

Leedra said...

Love the close up.

Ivar Ivrig said...

Cool photos Bradley.
I must agree with you about what to post and write. It is sometimes very hard, that's why I write very short. And for me engslish can be a limiting factor, but I guess not for you ;-)

Jose's World said...

You are so lucky...been to Yellowstone several times and still have to get a photo of the wolves. Gret job!

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