Yellowstone National Park has always offered spectacular sights, but a recent one captured our attention in an exceptional way.
A grizzly bear was enjoying a week-long picnic after drowning a huge bull elk and pulling it onto the Yellowstone riverbank.
Since the area is well visible from its surrounding, it had become a feast for photographers.
However, of all the stunning shots of the bear and elk, a series by Montana traveler and photographer Seth Royal Kroft stands out in particular.
After hearing about the grizzly that took down a large bull elk, he couldn’t pass up the opportunity to see it through his own lenses. With an alarm set for 2 am, he was on the road half an hour later, arriving at the location by 6 am. Seth said it was still dark, so with a hot cup of noodles in hand, he got his trusty Sony camera and started waiting for daybreak. Soon, he could make out the “dark ball” laying across the…
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