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Top 10 Polar Bear Photo Safari images you’ll want in your album

Polar bear walking towards you. Photo by Rudolf Hug.
Polar bear walking towards you. Photo by Rudolf Hug.

Could you hold your camera lens steady with a polar bear walking towards you? Or focus on two massive carnivores sparring when all you’d rather do is watch? The only way to find out is to do it, and as with all wildlife photography, learn something about yourself. That’s always the best part.

Will the northern lights mesmerize you? Probably, but you might just enjoy being enveloped in a fantasy world for a few moments. You can always capture them when you return to earth. And let’s not forget about the cute and curious Arctic and red foxes. They might just make a face for you! And there’s always the polar bear in the sea ice mist, or the apparently unaware Arctic hare that will pose for you, on purpose.

A mom and cubs may even wander by, and if you’re nice, the ptarmigan might reveal the secret polar bear they’ve saved, just for you…

on the ultimate polar bear photo safari.

If that’s what you’re looking for, you’ll find it hereWe’ve just opened a few more snowy dates for 2016 at Seal River Heritage Lodge from Oct. 14-20 and Oct. 18-23. They’re new. For you.

But only if you’d like to snap images like the ones below.

Alone with the northern lights. Dennis Fast photo.
Alone with the northern lights. Dennis Fast photo.
Arctic hare what's over there? Photo by Arturo Lopez Spajani.
Arctic hare posing. On purpose. Photo by Arturo Lopez Spajani.
Polar bears sparring. Photo by Dennis Fast.
Polar bears sparring. Photo by Dennis Fast.
Cheeky coloured fox. Photo by Jill Cruse.
Cheeky coloured fox. Photo by Jill Cruse.
Polar bear in sea ice mist. Photo by Rick Beldegreen.
Polar bear in sea ice mist. Photo by Rick Beldegreen.
The ultimate ptarmigan background. Photo by Fabrizio Moglia.
The ultimate ptarmigan background. Look closely. Photo by Fabrizio Moglia.
Out for a walk with the kids. Photo by Ryan Scott.
Out for a walk with the kids. Photo by Ryan Scott.
The polar bear and the people. A true story.
The polar bear and the people. A true story.

One comment:

  1. They are all beautiful photos. I would like it(since it is a photo safari) if the the photo data were provided for each one. That would help a lot.

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