I was driving through Yellowstone National Park on July 4, 2017, when I saw some movement on a hill nearby. I slowed down and saw a mother grizzly bear and her nearly full-grown cub wandering along the hillside. I drove in the direction they seemed to be headed, pulled over, and climbed on to the roof of my van so I'd (a) be safe and (b) have a good vantage point if they approached. And lo and behold, they did exactly that. I spent the next half hour or more on the roof of my van, shooting the bears as they came closer and closer, eventually coming all the way up to my van so I had to aim my lens almost straight down to see them. I felt pretty safe, but there were other viewers who were certainly way too close for comfort.
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