Monday, September 13, 2010

Bugling in the Fog


Pennsylvania, with its variety of wildlife offers much to the outdoor photographer but nothing else equals the awe inspiring thrill of the rutting bull elk appearing ghostlike through the fog on a cool September morning.

Reports from our friends in the Pennsylvania Wilds indicate that the elk rut is beginning and I can hardly wait until it is time for my annual visit to watch, photograph, and experience the thrill of spending time with these majestic animals of The Pennsylvania Wilds.

For up to date information on the happenings in and around Pennsylvania's elk range visit my brother's blog Pennsylvania Wildlife Photographer and Support Pa Elk.

6 comments:

Montanagirl said...

Absolutely breathtaking. Much better than the ones I took last evening down at our Elk Viewing spot. We cannot get too close to them, unless they happen to chase the cows close to the road. This shot looks like you were pretty close.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I am looking forward to all the pictures you will be posting.this is my way of seeing this phenomenal event.
Blessings,Ruth

Robin said...

Spectacular!

Dominic Gendron said...

I never thought they where wild elk in pensylvania!

Great image, the fog is a big plus ;)

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Wow, he is the handsome prince of the woods I should say. For the past 2 years we have experienced Elk rutting season out in Colorado and this year, we shall again. I love their bugle-ling all night long, but my husband does not...~

Meggie said...

Can't wait to see what photos you get of the elk.