A gentle, friendly, and very large pig in Logarska. She’s about 10 years old.
What happens after you end a photo series? Start a new one, of course … or in my case, resume a previous one. I’m going back in time to a trip I made in late May to the lovely country of Slovenia. Pastures, flowers, cows, and mountains — all there!
It’s been a fun series of images, but it’s time to bring it to an end. This will be the last image from my recent trip to the Hudson Bay.
A few minutes after sunset, a lone polar bear wandered down a gravel road under fiery clouds.
The color continued to build in the sky as sunset approached on the last evening of the trip. I say “big color” because in this vast and mostly flat landscape (no hills, north of the tree line), when a colorful sky appears … well, there’s a LOT of color to see!
The last night of the trip was a good one for landscape photography. The light was soft and even, and the horizon had a lovely warm glow. Unfortunately, the mosquitos and black flies also thought it was a nice evening to be out and about. I braved the bugs for twenty minutes until the light was gone.