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Published: Thursday 1st of January 1970 12:00:00 AM


Lou Ann Aepelbacher
Cool (literally) blue tones. What an expression on this guy's face ... I'm not so sure that I'd want to be too close to him!! Nice work!!

John Orban
Hi, Roger. The condensation from the breath gives this photo energy and motion. Nicely done! Regards.

W. Roger Keagle Jr.
Lou Ann He was sleeping when we first got there, and I told one of the parents to throw one of their childern in to get his attention, did not go over too well, but at least they smiled at the thought.... Hummm ! Roger

W. Roger Keagle Jr.
Thank you John ! Sleepy old fellow, but came to the party in the end.....

W. Roger Keagle Jr.
Linda Think of how large the mouth square would be needed to quell the morning breath of this beast !You would need a pack, like when they all stuck together.......! Hummm !

W. Roger Keagle Jr.
Hans from Spike ! Yes, a bit too "Frozen North" for New England ! Smile

Linda Keagle
Brrrrrrrrrrr I hope that's condensation and not just morning mouth! Seriously though, Roger, I really like the transformation conceived by your hugely creative mind....(nice neon glow, too...it really enhances the image)

Hans Koot
I lik ethe photo. Probably not the so well visualized morning mouth.

Sarah Underhill
Hi Roger, I love this!

W. Roger Keagle Jr.
Hello Sarah Hi Sweets, thanks for the kind words, how ya keep'in ? Looking forward to a bit more time with you when I shift to New England for the Winter...(The man must be mad !) Winter here now and in the early to mid 70's, really ! Oz, ya got to love it !

Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Roger Wow, the composition and blue cast are wonderful. I think the blue cast in the highlight creates not only a really cold feeling, but it adds to the polar bear's mystique. I love the misty fog coming out of his mouth. And by the way, "throw one of the children in!" LOL Too funny! You sure your initials aren't W.C.? LOL

W. Roger Keagle Jr.
W.C.Fields of Dreams Lou Ann, thank you for reading all of the string, and I really did say that, Linda raised one eyebrow, as she does so well, and he came to "life" with out such extreme encouragement...!

Dave Nitsche
Roger, great image. I love the toning and the breath. Really gives a cold feel to the image. Nice. Beautiful animal... Dave

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