After a hike/hunt with young Maverick the dog this morning, we managed to stumble onto a group of bighorns.
Love is in the air, and their normal caution was largely disregarded as I approached, concealed myself among some boulders, and shot photos with my Olympus camera:
Not sure I even care if I actually draw a tag for bighorns anymore. I dearly love just watching them and occasionally photographing them.
Ride, Shoot Straight, and Speak the Truth.
TEAMS 45-70, 30-30, 1894, Browning
And what was your dog doing while all this was going on? Sounds like you have a quiet and patient dog.
NRA Endowment Life Member, SASS, OGCA, NC Watermen United
“If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” -- George Orwell
"Corruptissima in republica plurimae leges."--Tacitus
The more numerous the laws, the more corrupt the government.
M700,great pics! Thank you!
Team 30 30 #1434.
1953 336 SC.
1953 336 RC.
Team .35 Rem #785
Another majestic animal better to shoot with a camera at times
You have great places to hike.
Those are some great shots with your Olympus, Guy. They are truly magnificent animals.
All that the South has ever desired was that the Union, as established by our forefathers, should be preserved, and that the government, as originally organized, should be administered in purity and truth. – Robert E. Lee
My avatar is dedicated in honor of my Great Great Grandfather who fought at Bunker Hill and survived to continue his fight in The American Revolutionary War for Liberty and Freedom.
Like a national geographic cover, nice work
Neat pictures Guy! My camera goes hunting with me more and more. I am enjoying my game cameras more than the hunt itself.
Member Christ's Army
NRA Life Member
Team 45-70 #1233
Team 35 #537
Team 30-30 #1026