Friday, August 1, 2014

Walk with a haphazard, startled, inadvertent nature videographer..

While walking along an easy trail along the Oconaluftee River we came across some elk, also known as wapiti.  I had already seen the cow elk when I discovered the young bull elk camouflaged among the underbrush of the woods.  What none of us had noticed was papa elk.  He seemed to appear out of nowhere....


LX said...

Inadvertent nature finds are the best! I have not seen elk in the wild. Very cool.

foam said...

I have seen them in the wild before, but usually at quite a distance. Being so close was unexpected.

dianne said...

Very exciting dear Foamy to get so close, oh what big antlers they have...lucky there weren't any bears about.
Keep safe
xoxoxo ♡

foam said...


It was exciting seeing them this close. Now, I've seen bears in the wild before, but only from afar or when they happened to be rambling along a road trying to cross it.

ANNA-LYS said...


foam said...

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X. Dell said...

That is one big critter.

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