Yellowstone Elk in the morning mist
Up close and personnal with a bighorn ram
Dining in the tree
This photo is the very last picture I took while on a photo trip to Yellowstone. It was taken about a mile away from our last hotel before flying back, just when we were going to lose the light... This superb young black bear was having dinner, perched in a small fruit tree... It was a magic moment to witness his dining... He never even acknowledge us... The fruit were that tasty!
If I was a cow I'd eat that luscious grass!
Driving in Quebec Easter Township last fall I got hungry just at looking at that beautiful grass... Looks good to me! I waited a few minutes so I would get attention from these lovely bovines... and Voilà!
Yep, I'm cute!
Winter zebras are for real!
Scanning for a prey
The buck stops here
Yellowstone red fox
Alpha male - 2
Young king of Tanzania
A young male lion is looking at me in Tarangire National Park.
Lonely in the morning
I'm soooo bored
A 3 weeks old baboon, doing all sorts of poses for my pleasure during my last Tanzania photo safari.
The queen of Africa
A beautiful female lion is looking for its next pray in the Serengeti National Park
Who's your daddy!
Lazy... But Alert!
This Tanzania lion was taking some time off in the tree, but was indeed quite alert at the sametime.
This beautiful female lion showcased her raw talent for hunting zebra. I loved how she did the stealth approach.
The elephant in the room
Up close and personal with a Tanzanian elephant eating.
A stunning leopard looking at me as if it is telling me, this is my tree, this is my land. And I agree!
Do not come closer...
Best winter coat ever
End of day in Yellowstone
Yellowstone Pronghorn Antelope
That's called love
Tongue licking gooooood
Running with a prey
Fox in the wood - 2
1 000 000 views!
I am reposting this photo (my most popular photo on 500px) to thank all of you as I am reaching tonight 1 000 000 views! I am quite grateful for your constructive comments . You are helping me become a better photographer. Many, Many thanks!