PA Elk Rut

Thank you to all my photo friends who I had the privilege of sharing this week with during the PA elk rut on Winslow Hill. I had an incredible time with you! Thanks Dick, Brad, Willard, Coy, John, Buckwheat, and Odie! I also had the privilege of meeting Dave Anderson and he showed me his painting of Fred, which is absolutely awesome!

I will be posting stories and photos of my week’s experience in elk country but I wanted to say a big “thank you” to my photo friends who I appreciate so much! Our camaraderie¬†and common passion for photography and the PA elk are truly appreciated by me.

Thank you!


3 Responses to “PA Elk Rut”

  1. Bob,
    Shooting the elk rut is nearly as much about “shooting the bull” with like minded people as it is about photographing the Bull; both and equally enjoyable. I really enjoyed the time we spent doing both with you and Dick.

  2. Coy,
    I could not agree more. I will “shoot the bull” with you classy guys any day of the week and twice on Sundays! I am only home one day and I miss the mountains and the photo outings already. Photographing the fall rut surely is something to be cherished! Thank you for your photo friendship!

  3. I really enjoyed talking with you and Dick and sharing some of the great elk experiences that we had. I am a bit behind the curve, but really appreciated you re-mail and will write you back soon. You are so right about the fighting in your last post. I actually thought I recorded a significant amount of antler contact near the pond on Friday morning and thought it would work for a fight sequence, but it was too short and not nearly as violent as I thought when filming it.

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