November 14, 2010

Where Are the Polar Bears? New Series: Polar Bear Country!

OK, we’ve been home for two weeks now from our arctic adventure, and I know what everyone is thinking. Where are the polar bears?! Well, they’re finally here, ready to come out and say hello to you! I hope you enjoy this new series that introduces you to polar bear country!

Can you count how many bears are in this picture?

Yes, there are bears in the picture! I’m not pulling your leg. This tundra landscape dramatically shows you how easy for it is for them to conceal themselves with a little bit of snow on the ground. Would you believe that there are three hunkered down behind the shrub willows?

Hudson-Bay-&-snowy-tundra with arrow

Why, there’s a momma bear and her two-year old cubs! That’s momma with the soggy behind, telling her cubs that it’s time for a nap.

They nestled down in the snowy embankment, and momma makes sure that they are all tucked in.

But one insists on getting a goodnight kiss, the little imp!

Please come back all this week and see more photos in my polar bear series!

7 comments:

  1. Gorgeous shots. What an experience. I wouldn't miss more of your polar bear pictures for the world. can't wait to see more

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  2. I Thought that was one of the bears! Thanks for the arrow!! How beautiful Miz Donna! Can't wait for More!!!
    hughugs

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  3. Awesome! Thank you so much for sharing your adventures with us, Donna. If it weren't for you, I wouldn't go anywhere. :)

    Have a blessed day!

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  4. They're beautiful!!! I think y'all need to take a cruse to Antarctica next so you can take photos of penguins and seals for us. I love your photos!!

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  5. These are beautiful! I couldn't see them either. I also got fixated on Marty exercising on the right and was tickled to death LOL

    Thank you so much for telling me about Picnik. I love it :)

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  6. Your photos are so enjoyable to view , my dear friend!

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