Kelly Deakin Carter

Honey Bear

In 2009 we had a female bear and her two young frequenting the perimeter of our property. I was fortunate enough to take a few photos without getting to close or disturbing them. The bears on the west coast are black bears, the wood burning tends to make them look brown. This particular piece lent itself to the image of a tree trunk and therefore allowing me to create a bear climbing up or down the trunk. If you look closely you can see a few honey bees buzzing around.
Please respect the wildlife, do not feed the wild bears and keep your distance as they are wild animals. Thank you
[ 17" x 10" x 8" ] This piece is available at the Reflecting Spirit Gallery in Ucluelet, BC

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