You can’t say that polar bears are not cute. Being that massive, fluffy, and adorable, everybody loves them!
Polar bears live in the Arctic circle, therefore each time you see a photo of them, they’re probably surrounded by a lot of ice, and snow.
However, the collection of photos of polar bears by Dennis Fast, a Canadian photographer is going to leave you speechless!
His very rare pictures reveal that polar bears also enjoy summer in the Northern Canada’s Hudson Bay, somewhere near lodges run in Churchill Wild in Manitoba.
Fast who is also a retired educator, is widely recognized by his photography works, whose photos were published in a lot of books, calendars, and magazines.
He maintains that the wildlife photography is allowing him to tune into the quietude of nature and find solitude. He also said that he loves the excitement he is feeling when he’s taking pictures of a very rare, and potentially dangerous animal.
When asked about his fascination by polar bears, he reported:
It’s not simply their shading that makes them a most loved objective of my camera. They have a moderate, sauntering step as they float about searching for whatever moves. It would appear that they don’t have a consideration on the planet, and that there is nothing they fear.
It’s not haughtiness, precisely, yet a calm certainty that we regularly regard in people and that makes an interpretation of well to the polar bear.
In the photographs, these lofty mammoths appreciate the daylight and blooms and can be seen playing, snoozing, moving around, jabbing their heads up, and extending among the striking pink wildflowers.
Quick cases that he particularly wants to photo them in the hotter months, including that they are charming, and have a “quiet and curious aura”.
It is imperative to watch their non-verbal communication consistently. Having said that, they are likewise very fun loving and can wrestle for a considerable length of time without giving you much consideration when loose. At the point when that occurs, you start to feel the downplayed force and magnificence of the creatures. Such minutes can be stunning and lowering.
‘Many people have seen pictures of polar bears in the deep snow or ice of the Hudson Bay in Northern Canada, and in other polar regions.’
‘They are very ingrained in people’s minds that you might think the North is only experiencing winter.’
‘Polar bears are going to play with anything they find.’
‘I have seen an immense male hold a few pieces of sod in his goliath paws and bite on them for quite a while just as he delighted in the surface.’
On another event, I roared with laughter as I watched a casual polar bear kick up some dust to cull a solitary bloom from a stem of fireweed blooms and move it around between his lips!’
‘In the same way as other individuals, I love white creatures, regardless of whether it is Arctic foxes, frigid owls, or polar bears.’
‘Be that as it may, it’s not simply their shading that makes them a most loved objective of my camera.’
‘They have a moderate, wandering step as they float about searching for whatever moves.’
‘It would seem that they don’t have a consideration on the planet, and that there is nothing they fear.’
‘At last, I trust my photographs move individuals to think about all natural life and to do their part.’
‘It would be a disgrace to lose something as notorious as the polar bear.’
Quick disclosed that he needs to ‘catch the majesty of the bears and the delightful delicacy of their condition’, and included:
Photography has encouraged me to look for the fragile minutes in nature where life is on the edge and where change is a moment away.
My only hope is to touch people’s hearts and minds, to help them reconnect with the earth, and to teach gratitude and respect for nature. I can only hope that my pictures will do that for you. Beauty is everywhere around you if you only look, but first it begins in our heart.