« man / bear | Main | armature »

not a grizzly


This Alaskan Brown Bear stands on a rocky outcrop, looking into the case which contains a mother and her cubs, eating fish.



Is his longing for the companionship of the mother and cubs, or for the fish? The bird above him looks interested in the fish too.

Posted by: Laura at November 11, 2006 08:34 PM

According to the text on the wall, he may be more interested in eating the cubs than the fish. But the mother bear has a "Don't even think of coming closer, Buster," look about her, so I think they'll be o.k.

It's too late for the fish though - and he might settle for that, leaving the bones for the circling gull.

Posted by: Elizabeth at November 12, 2006 01:21 AM