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Thread: Moose on Mt. Washington

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    Incredible shots! I love seeing pictures like this. Thanks for posting them.

    Karl

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    The Great Mooose Spirit was certainly smiling down on you this day! Every shot is better than the last! Amazed as always!

    KDT

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    Absolutely stunning pictures Patrick!I loved the way you got the youngsters playing.I'd love to follow you into the woods someday and try to capture the moment with these beautiful animals.

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    Thanks for the "sighting tips". I've been seeing a few moose in the woods and have been nervous about approaching. It sounds like just waiting them out will allow you to get close. I can only hope to get pictures as nice as yours.

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    Wow, great stuff! I live in near Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado and it's so rare to see moose. We see Elk by the millions, but a moose is a treat. I'm spending the winter in Norway and am hoping to get out and shoot some muskox soon.

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    Great pics. There's something about a momma and her bulls that brings out the kid in all of us. Are bears ever found near Mt. Washington?

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