Moose!

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Moose have to be one my most favored in all of nature!

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35 comments on “Moose!

  1. I adore the silhouette pictures so much could I please use one as my desk top background? Love your family

  2. Karen says:

    I have been dying to see a moose! These photos are fantastic!

  3. I’m so jealous! Except in photos, I haven’t seen a male moose, only female ones,

  4. artmusedog says:

    I love the moose too! Fantastic photography as always ~
    Carol of (A Creative Harbor) ^_^ on blogger

  5. Great captures all — how far away are you (just curious — don’t know if moose are tolerant of photographers!)

  6. mrsbearfoot says:

    Beautiful images of the moose!

    Visiting from Rurality Blog Hop ~

    Lindy @ Drive-By Photos

  7. We were definitely a safe distance away. This big boy was rutting and I would not get too close! Moose can be a bit ornery!! lol Thanks

  8. Esther Joy says:

    Wow! What great moose shots!

  9. Teresa says:

    These are great! I don’t get to see them around here. 🙂

  10. Thanks Teresa! We don’t see them very often around here either. This guy was photographed at Moose Junction!

  11. Nick says:

    I love moose; or is it meese?

  12. dyarnell71 says:

    Mother of 8! Your family look very happy, congratulations. These photos convey a respect for nature that your children are lucky to see you role model.

  13. Judie says:

    He’s surely a big fellow, isn’t he! Wonderful photos!

  14. These are incredible! What wonderful photos!

  15. I would not want to get that close! Hope you used a really long lens. Great photos though, and many thanks for sharing.

  16. Pat says:

    Great captures of this magnificent animal!

  17. Peg says:

    Gorgeous photos! WOW!

  18. Happymrsc says:

    My first time to see moose was in Alaska, outside my daughter’s house! It was huge! I think that the size was the most impressive thing about this lovely animal.

  19. domesstique says:

    Wow! Can’t help myself from keep saying wow and dropping my jaw! You did so well in capturing the moose…it is so gorgeous!

  20. Wow, I’ve never seen one in the wild.. these images are spectacular… love the silhouettes in the trees… Thank you for joining in ‘Rurality Blog Hop #2’ Hope to see you next Wednesday for #3…

  21. Brona says:

    Love these photos – the second one reminded me of the scene in the opening credits of the 90’s TV show Northern Exposure 🙂

  22. gardenoflisa says:

    Great photos! Found you on Thursday Favorite Things and I would love to invite you over to The Creative HomeAcre Hop today!
    http://www.theselfsufficienthomeacre.com/2013/02/the-creative-homeacre-hop-3.html

  23. wonderful photos my friend. I saw a huge moose when we were in Jackson hole. Sorry I’m late getting here…thank you for adding your wonderful blog to the Thursday Favorite Things hop. xo

  24. Moose are most magnificent!

    My Grandlittles have a favorite book about Moose.

    Ummm…

    Mooses.

    Meece?

    Thanks for a fun link.

    A+

  25. Moose are my favorite, too! While we see them on occasion here at home in northern Minnesota, they have vast areas of thick woods & swamps to live in, & remain unseen most of the time.
    Where we really luck out is our drives to our cabin in northern Ontario – seeing moose along the way makes the long, remote drive much more fun!
    We were very surprised when visiting the North Dakota / Saskatchewan prairie to see moose out in the open with no cover.. very different than our usual moose experience! I’m guessing from your surroundings & general location that’s these are a different, smaller subspecies than we’re used to, the Shira’s moose? They’re beautiful, I especially like that last photo, with the silhouette! Another difference – we’re used to the bulls being solitary animals. Unique to see him bedded down with another.

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