Left behind

Guess what it is...you are right...it's a footprint of a young baer taken at a friends cottage.
Oh Bruni...that's an amazing capture! Love it.
Love the colouring, as well!

And thankyou, thankyou again, for all of your lovely comments!
I may not always be able to respond, but they make my heart happy, just the same! :-)
posted October 2nd, 2010  
This is a cool shot!!
posted October 2nd, 2010  
WOW, what an exciting shot! Your lucky the bear had gone on its way :o) Terrific shot, Bruni!
posted October 2nd, 2010  
Oh wow Bruni, amazing capture!
posted October 2nd, 2010  
oh goodness!!! thats an awesome pic!
posted October 2nd, 2010  
This very cool...!!
posted October 2nd, 2010  
Wow! I've never seen such a track in real life. How big is it?
posted October 2nd, 2010  
@Allison..I put my footprint next to it on the left..but it's not really visible.
all I can say it's not big enough for a full grown Bear's paw.
posted October 2nd, 2010  
Oh wow! That is so cool! Wonderful find!
posted October 2nd, 2010  
WHOA --- how scary !!! Be careful when you are outside at that place again.
posted October 2nd, 2010  
Gosh thats a bit close for comfort !!!
posted October 2nd, 2010  
Wow that is a cool shot, did you check that it had gone first
posted October 3rd, 2010  
@bruni @fysmith I have fall leaves all over the deck, so I gathered them and shaped them into a heart! I thought the colors were almost yellow enough for "live strong" day!
posted October 3rd, 2010  
Very interesting, Bruni! Did you get to meet the baby too? :~)
Had been absent for a long time. Just noticed your comment on the rainyday (waterdrop) pic. The flower is Adenium. It comes in a wide range of exotic colors. But the funniest thing is the plant itself that often resembles many human forms in different postures. ;^P
posted October 3rd, 2010  
My dear Bruni...thank you so much for your sweet comments about my mum and her friends. I have seen pictures of all these ladies when they were young nurses in the big smoke (London). What a time they had and the stories yesterday were an eye opener about the black market nylons, lipstick, dances etc etc! My mum can hardly see now and travelling up on the train and underground was quite daunting for her but in the end so worth while! She will think over it for weeks to come.
posted October 3rd, 2010  
That is really cool colouring. Glad we don't have bears here in Oz!!
posted October 3rd, 2010  
Awesome is all I can say :)
posted October 3rd, 2010  
That's just amazing to see such a perfect foot print of the visitor! I'd love to see it, but might pass on seeing the actual bear! They're awfully cute, but dangerous...
posted October 6th, 2010  
Looks like bear! Nice to have the claw markings also. Nicely done! The one I posted is of a BlackBear, it's the only bear around here.
posted November 5th, 2010  
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