Close Up Bears

This beast BEAR-ly fits in the picture – because it was taken by a photographer who risks his life by getting up close and personal with wild bears. The spectacular shots show inquisitive Kamchatka brown bears roaming lakes just feet away from photographers calmly snapping away. And one decided to take an even closer look at keen photographer Igor Gushchin’s camera by sticking his nose right down the lens.

This beast BEAR-ly fits in the picture - because it was taken by a photographer who risks his life by getting up close and personal with wild bears. The spectacular shots show inquisitive Kamchatka brown bears roaming lakes just feet away from photographers calmly snapping away. And one decided to take an even closer look at keen photographer Igor Gushchin's camera by sticking his nose right down the lens.

This beast BEAR-ly fits in the picture - because it was taken by a photographer who risks his life by getting up close and personal with wild bears. The spectacular shots show inquisitive Kamchatka brown bears roaming lakes just feet away from photographers calmly snapping away. And one decided to take an even closer look at keen photographer Igor Gushchin's camera by sticking his nose right down the lens.

This beast BEAR-ly fits in the picture - because it was taken by a photographer who risks his life by getting up close and personal with wild bears. The spectacular shots show inquisitive Kamchatka brown bears roaming lakes just feet away from photographers calmly snapping away. And one decided to take an even closer look at keen photographer Igor Gushchin's camera by sticking his nose right down the lens.

This beast BEAR-ly fits in the picture - because it was taken by a photographer who risks his life by getting up close and personal with wild bears. The spectacular shots show inquisitive Kamchatka brown bears roaming lakes just feet away from photographers calmly snapping away. And one decided to take an even closer look at keen photographer Igor Gushchin's camera by sticking his nose right down the lens.