Eyes of the Grizzly
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Limited Edition of 950 | Artist Proof 95
With a small blade of grass in the corner of her mouth, this young grizzly, nicknamed "Blondie" because of her light guard hairs, takes a break from grazing to survey the meadow along Pilgrim Creek. Though grizzlies' eyes are small relative to their body size and somewhat secondary to their sense of smell and hearing, this young bear - recently on her own - will have to rely on all of her senses and remember lessons learned from her mother to survive. When you look into the eyes of this bruin, one can't help feeling the intelligence, spirit, wonder and wildness in her eyes.
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