Icy Bison

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  1. Peeb

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    They picked a bad day to be bison.
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    Gray day on the prairie
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    Nice image... "Icy Bison" Sounds like an operation in WW II! :lol:
     
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    The ice gives a surreal scene.
     
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    you kidding?
    They are just getting comfortably cool with that snow.
     
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    Great shot!
     
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    Later, that morning, it went from ice to snow. Shooting a long lens (200-500) thru bad atmosphere lent a bit of a filtered look to the image (I was facing North, and the wind was coming straight out of the north, so ice kept caking onto front of the lens).
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    Ice, turning to snow
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    Its a good job they are used to it.......
     
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    Peeb, I've missed your Bison shots!
     
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    Really nice views. Incredible animals.
     
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    Great shots! I like "real life" shots like this.
     
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    are these Bison in the wild.. or owned.. such beautiful photos.. wild wild west
     

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