That's great. I'd love to see one up close. Terrific pics, Reb.
Good elk pics, Cousin.
Amazing that the one would come so close. Thanks for the pics.
David they are amazing. Just don't get too close!Thanks Leah.Messymimi, they are quite accustomed to traffic and paparazzi. You see though that I didn't get too close, they are still wild animals and will charge if you get too close.
Yes, the dark-clothed human at the side of the road is closer than I'd want to be. Mary Anne in Kentucky
I love how everyone pulled over for a meet and greetgreat shots Reb
Great pictures, sis! I, too, would be hesitant to be that close to one of those critters.
Mary Anne, I thought so too. There are always some people that get too close and get injured.Dianne, that is how you know there is a reason to pull over when driving through the mountains :) I don't imagine the long haul drivers like it very much though.Sis, you and me both! As you can tell, I was much further away, I don't run very fast with the cane ;)
Wow, elk! We don't get those where I live so it's a treat to see them--great shots, and thanks for sharing!
Fabulous creatures. Lucky you. I'm glad you shared because I don't know if I'll ever see anything like this in person. Wonderful photos, Reb.
Boy am I ever sad I missed my mountain trip this year.
Well, Crabby, you will just have to come and visit Alberta!Hilary, you and Frank are just going to have to come and visit!Travis, I can imagine!
Stopping by Reb! Great photos, I'm trying to get back into the swing of blogging... I've missed it.
AJ, thanks and welcome back.
The best thing about going to the mountains are the animals. Great captures, Reb.
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