The safe way to approach an elk’s antlers


In reference to yesterday’s post about the dangers of elk and tripods, I have since learned a safe way to approach the antlers of an elk-

A cast off antler found while exploring the Point Reyes National Seashore

Need I say more?

About Galen Leeds Photography

Nature and wildlife photographer, exploring the world on his feet and from his kayak. Among other genres, he is one of the leading kayak photographers in Northern California. To learn more about him, visit him on his website- www.galenleeds.net
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5 Responses to The safe way to approach an elk’s antlers

  1. Maggie L R says:

    Priceless… these antlers cannot hurt you. This is a great shot, I love the narrow depth of field.

  2. ljr3 says:

    I like how you have juxtaposed this post with your post on the elk and the tripod. It brought a smile to my lips. Very clever!

  3. I’m glad it made you smile. I was trying to decide what to post today, and then this came to me in a flash, as something that would tie in to yesterday’s post in a fun way.

  4. Cee Neuner says:

    Nope. You certainly need not explain more!!

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