If you spend enough time in the Arctic’s exclusively wild locations you will eventually hit the “jackpot” and have an experience with wild things that rivals anything you’ve ever done.
November 8, 2015 at Churchill Wild’s Seal River Lodge proved to be one of those “pinch me I must be dreaming” kind of days that just wouldn’t quit offering opportunities for exceptional wildlife photography.
A parade of bears through phenomenal icescapes was preceded by an early morning Aurora Borealis display, and the day finished with a spectacular sunset followed by another full night of Aurora action beyond belief. No less than eight bears showed up at lunch alone.
“Today proved to be one of the most productive of my wildlife career,” said Glatzer. “It started with amazing northern lights at 4:30 a.m. and before the day ended I had photographed over 11 individual polar bears including a sow with two COY (cubs of the year), all within varied backgrounds and stunning Arctic conditions. It was truly a day that I, and those with me, will never forget.”