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Photographer vs. The Elk
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Jan 28, 2014 20:18:19   #
billjohdoittoday
 
A buddy sent me the link to this video clip demonstrating one of the lesser-acknowledged hazards of nature photography.

http://m.koreus.com/video/wapiti-vs-photographe.html
 
Jan 28, 2014 20:28:21   #
skooters
 
Man, there were some tense moments there for sure.
Jan 29, 2014 09:56:47   #
Robin Poole
 
billjohdoittoday wrote:
A buddy sent me the link to this video clip demonstrating one of the lesser-acknowledged hazards of nature photography.

http://m.koreus.com/video/wapiti-vs-photographe.html


WOOOOW Lucky that wasn't a 6 pointer(12 ) for eastern viewers Robin
Jan 29, 2014 11:30:00   #
TKT
 
This is not a recommended practice! I know of a 3/4 ton chevy pickup that got T-boned by a mature bull - put 3 holes through the rear quarter panel and pushed it off the road. Even yearling spike bulls could kill you with those daggers. This guy was just playing around, thank God!
Jan 29, 2014 13:41:08   #
jerryc41 (a regular here)
 
billjohdoittoday wrote:
A buddy sent me the link to this video clip demonstrating one of the lesser-acknowledged hazards of nature photography.

http://m.koreus.com/video/wapiti-vs-photographe.html

Not very smart.
Jan 29, 2014 15:08:27   #
billjohdoittoday
 
jerryc41 wrote:
Not very smart.

Sure it was. He's a good buddy and he knew I'd enjoy this clip. I think it was very smart of him to send it to me.
:D :D

Bill
 
Jan 29, 2014 16:21:20   #
Fkaufman3
 
He should not have been out of car, but I would have tried to get shots, guy is lucky he did not get skewered, elk was not so lucky, he was killed for the thoughtless action of people and photographers, that's what god made long lenses for, keep distance from wild animals.
Jan 29, 2014 20:08:59   #
Doug B
 
That is amazing. That photographer had guts.
Jan 29, 2014 20:21:24   #
flathead27ford
 
billjohdoittoday wrote:
A buddy sent me the link to this video clip demonstrating one of the lesser-acknowledged hazards of nature photography.

http://m.koreus.com/video/wapiti-vs-photographe.html


This was posted some time back and the conclusion was they had to put the animal down. This was not the first time he had contact with people and was quite aggressive. The photographer was wrong in my opinion in his actions. IMHO. Cheers.
 
          
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