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A Little Bear in a Big World
A spunky little grizzly, Artan, enjoys a long summer's day in Lake Clark National Park, Alaska. He tries clamming, dreams of growing up and catching salmon, enjoys a tasty fish, faces danger, runs from a big bear with his sister, and reunites with Mom.
The photos are real and so is the story, pretty much.
Une Journée avec Artan:
Un Ourson à la Conquête des Grands Espaces
Artan est un petit grizzli courageux. Lors d'une longue journée d'été à Lake Clark en Alaska, il essaie de ramasser des coquillages, rêve de devenir grand et d'attraper des saumons, avale un délicieux poisson, échappe aux dangers, est pourchassé avec sa sœur par un énorme ours et retrouve enfin sa maman.
Les photos sont réelles et cette histoire pourrait l'être aussi.
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Educated as an engineer in Switzerland and Canada, Oliver Klink embraced photography twenty five years ago to merge the arts, science and nature. As a wildlife photographer, Oliver likes to dazzle his audience with the wonders of the natural diversity of our world. The intent of his photography is to capture animals' behaviors in their own habitat and share this privileged experience through his photographs. Oliver's images have received much recognition, with the most recent being the 2009 Mike Ivanitsky Award for Excellence in Photography, The North American Nature Photography Association 2009 Top 100 images showcase, PhotoCentral Gallery 2008 and 2009 Spring Show People's Choice Award. His work has been exhibited at various US and international galleries, notably at ModernBook Gallery in Palo Alto, California and PhotoCentral, Hayward, California. Oliver Klink also teaches workshops that range from capture (landscape, wildlife, people) to postprocessing (creative vis