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Bliskie spotkanie z niedźwiedziem (11)

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RUSSIA: Photographer pensioners: Barry and Lynda Morten in the volcanic region of Kamchatka, Russia. A REMARKABLE photo shows the ??soh s**t??? moment a huge 1,500-pound brown bear strolls just FIVE FEET in front of a startled photographer. The stunning shot was captured by British pensioner Lynda Morten on a photography exhibition in Kamchatka, Russia as the huge grizzly bears feast on salmon just inches away from her guide, Andrew Parkinson. Other stunning shots, taken by Lynda (68) and her 69-year-old husband Barry, show a mother bear pouncing on a salmon as her young cubs watch on anxiously, the ferocious bears forming a circle to trap doomed fish, and an adolescent bear about to tuck into the freshly caught and brightly coloured dinner. Photography guide Andrew Parkinson, who stars as the wincing photographer in the exceptional image, recalls the encounter with the mammoth bear vividly. His group named the bear ???Swag??? due to his cocksure nature and alpha status. Mediadrumimages/LyndaMorten/BarryMorten
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RUSSIA: The clever bears work together to trap salmon in a furry but ferocious circle. A REMARKABLE photo shows the ??soh s**t??? moment a huge 1,500-pound brown bear strolls just FIVE FEET in front of a startled photographer. The stunning shot was captured by British pensioner Lynda Morten on a photography exhibition in Kamchatka, Russia as the huge grizzly bears feast on salmon just inches away from her guide, Andrew Parkinson. Other stunning shots, taken by Lynda (68) and her 69-year-old husband Barry, show a mother bear pouncing on a salmon as her young cubs watch on anxiously, the ferocious bears forming a circle to trap doomed fish, and an adolescent bear about to tuck into the freshly caught and brightly coloured dinner. Photography guide Andrew Parkinson, who stars as the wincing photographer in the exceptional image, recalls the encounter with the mammoth bear vividly. His group named the bear ???Swag??? due to his cocksure nature and alpha status. Mediadrumimages/LyndaMorten/BarryMorten
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RUSSIA: Bearly awake: This bear is shattered after its exertions in the river. A REMARKABLE photo shows the ??soh s**t??? moment a huge 1,500-pound brown bear strolls just FIVE FEET in front of a startled photographer. The stunning shot was captured by British pensioner Lynda Morten on a photography exhibition in Kamchatka, Russia as the huge grizzly bears feast on salmon just inches away from her guide, Andrew Parkinson. Other stunning shots, taken by Lynda (68) and her 69-year-old husband Barry, show a mother bear pouncing on a salmon as her young cubs watch on anxiously, the ferocious bears forming a circle to trap doomed fish, and an adolescent bear about to tuck into the freshly caught and brightly coloured dinner. Photography guide Andrew Parkinson, who stars as the wincing photographer in the exceptional image, recalls the encounter with the mammoth bear vividly. His group named the bear ???Swag??? due to his cocksure nature and alpha status. Mediadrumimages/LyndaMorten/BarryMorten
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RUSSIA: Three magnificent bears hunt for salmon. The bear in the foreground has also spotted the group of photographers. A REMARKABLE photo shows the ??soh s**t??? moment a huge 1,500-pound brown bear strolls just FIVE FEET in front of a startled photographer. The stunning shot was captured by British pensioner Lynda Morten on a photography exhibition in Kamchatka, Russia as the huge grizzly bears feast on salmon just inches away from her guide, Andrew Parkinson. Other stunning shots, taken by Lynda (68) and her 69-year-old husband Barry, show a mother bear pouncing on a salmon as her young cubs watch on anxiously, the ferocious bears forming a circle to trap doomed fish, and an adolescent bear about to tuck into the freshly caught and brightly coloured dinner. Photography guide Andrew Parkinson, who stars as the wincing photographer in the exceptional image, recalls the encounter with the mammoth bear vividly. His group named the bear ???Swag??? due to his cocksure nature and alpha status. Mediadrumimages/LyndaMorten/BarryMorten
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RUSSIA: Although usually these Russian bears leave humans alone, they have been known to be man eaters on rare occasions. A REMARKABLE photo shows the ??soh s**t??? moment a huge 1,500-pound brown bear strolls just FIVE FEET in front of a startled photographer. The stunning shot was captured by British pensioner Lynda Morten on a photography exhibition in Kamchatka, Russia as the huge grizzly bears feast on salmon just inches away from her guide, Andrew Parkinson. Other stunning shots, taken by Lynda (68) and her 69-year-old husband Barry, show a mother bear pouncing on a salmon as her young cubs watch on anxiously, the ferocious bears forming a circle to trap doomed fish, and an adolescent bear about to tuck into the freshly caught and brightly coloured dinner. Photography guide Andrew Parkinson, who stars as the wincing photographer in the exceptional image, recalls the encounter with the mammoth bear vividly. His group named the bear ???Swag??? due to his cocksure nature and alpha status. Mediadrumimages/LyndaMorten/BarryMorten
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RUSSIA: A grizzly paw swipes at the water with its powerful claws to catch passing fish. A REMARKABLE photo shows the ??soh s**t??? moment a huge 1,500-pound brown bear strolls just FIVE FEET in front of a startled photographer. The stunning shot was captured by British pensioner Lynda Morten on a photography exhibition in Kamchatka, Russia as the huge grizzly bears feast on salmon just inches away from her guide, Andrew Parkinson. Other stunning shots, taken by Lynda (68) and her 69-year-old husband Barry, show a mother bear pouncing on a salmon as her young cubs watch on anxiously, the ferocious bears forming a circle to trap doomed fish, and an adolescent bear about to tuck into the freshly caught and brightly coloured dinner. Photography guide Andrew Parkinson, who stars as the wincing photographer in the exceptional image, recalls the encounter with the mammoth bear vividly. His group named the bear ???Swag??? due to his cocksure nature and alpha status. Mediadrumimages/LyndaMorten/BarryMorten
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RUSSIA: A bear successfully catches a vibrantly coloured fish. A REMARKABLE photo shows the ??soh s**t??? moment a huge 1,500-pound brown bear strolls just FIVE FEET in front of a startled photographer. The stunning shot was captured by British pensioner Lynda Morten on a photography exhibition in Kamchatka, Russia as the huge grizzly bears feast on salmon just inches away from her guide, Andrew Parkinson. Other stunning shots, taken by Lynda (68) and her 69-year-old husband Barry, show a mother bear pouncing on a salmon as her young cubs watch on anxiously, the ferocious bears forming a circle to trap doomed fish, and an adolescent bear about to tuck into the freshly caught and brightly coloured dinner. Photography guide Andrew Parkinson, who stars as the wincing photographer in the exceptional image, recalls the encounter with the mammoth bear vividly. His group named the bear ???Swag??? due to his cocksure nature and alpha status. Mediadrumimages/LyndaMorten/BarryMorten
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RUSSIA: Poo Bear: Photographer Andrew Parkinson (centre) admits he uttered 'oh s**t!' when he realised how close the gigantic bear was. Barry Mortn can be seen on the right of the shot. A REMARKABLE photo shows the ??soh s**t??? moment a huge 1,500-pound brown bear strolls just FIVE FEET in front of a startled photographer. The stunning shot was captured by British pensioner Lynda Morten on a photography exhibition in Kamchatka, Russia as the huge grizzly bears feast on salmon just inches away from her guide, Andrew Parkinson. Other stunning shots, taken by Lynda (68) and her 69-year-old husband Barry, show a mother bear pouncing on a salmon as her young cubs watch on anxiously, the ferocious bears forming a circle to trap doomed fish, and an adolescent bear about to tuck into the freshly caught and brightly coloured dinner. Photography guide Andrew Parkinson, who stars as the wincing photographer in the exceptional image, recalls the encounter with the mammoth bear vividly. His group named the bear ???Swag??? due to his cocksure nature and alpha status. Mediadrumimages/LyndaMorten/BarryMorten
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RUSSIA: A mother bear diving to catch a salmon watched by her two hungry bear cubs waiting for their dinner. A REMARKABLE photo shows the ??soh s**t??? moment a huge 1,500-pound brown bear strolls just FIVE FEET in front of a startled photographer. The stunning shot was captured by British pensioner Lynda Morten on a photography exhibition in Kamchatka, Russia as the huge grizzly bears feast on salmon just inches away from her guide, Andrew Parkinson. Other stunning shots, taken by Lynda (68) and her 69-year-old husband Barry, show a mother bear pouncing on a salmon as her young cubs watch on anxiously, the ferocious bears forming a circle to trap doomed fish, and an adolescent bear about to tuck into the freshly caught and brightly coloured dinner. Photography guide Andrew Parkinson, who stars as the wincing photographer in the exceptional image, recalls the encounter with the mammoth bear vividly. His group named the bear ???Swag??? due to his cocksure nature and alpha status. Mediadrumimages/LyndaMorten/BarryMorten
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RUSSIA: A brown bear dries himself off asfter hours of feasting on fish. A REMARKABLE photo shows the ??soh s**t??? moment a huge 1,500-pound brown bear strolls just FIVE FEET in front of a startled photographer. The stunning shot was captured by British pensioner Lynda Morten on a photography exhibition in Kamchatka, Russia as the huge grizzly bears feast on salmon just inches away from her guide, Andrew Parkinson. Other stunning shots, taken by Lynda (68) and her 69-year-old husband Barry, show a mother bear pouncing on a salmon as her young cubs watch on anxiously, the ferocious bears forming a circle to trap doomed fish, and an adolescent bear about to tuck into the freshly caught and brightly coloured dinner. Photography guide Andrew Parkinson, who stars as the wincing photographer in the exceptional image, recalls the encounter with the mammoth bear vividly. His group named the bear ???Swag??? due to his cocksure nature and alpha status. Mediadrumimages/LyndaMorten/BarryMorten
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RUSSIA: A brown bear hunting for a slamon to eat. Fully grown it can weight over 1,500 pounds and stand over nine foot tall. A REMARKABLE photo shows the ??soh s**t??? moment a huge 1,500-pound brown bear strolls just FIVE FEET in front of a startled photographer. The stunning shot was captured by British pensioner Lynda Morten on a photography exhibition in Kamchatka, Russia as the huge grizzly bears feast on salmon just inches away from her guide, Andrew Parkinson. Other stunning shots, taken by Lynda (68) and her 69-year-old husband Barry, show a mother bear pouncing on a salmon as her young cubs watch on anxiously, the ferocious bears forming a circle to trap doomed fish, and an adolescent bear about to tuck into the freshly caught and brightly coloured dinner. Photography guide Andrew Parkinson, who stars as the wincing photographer in the exceptional image, recalls the encounter with the mammoth bear vividly. His group named the bear ???Swag??? due to his cocksure nature and alpha status. Mediadrumimages/LyndaMorten/BarryMorten

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