Hi there! Thankful to be part of the forum community... This photo of a juvenile moose was taken back in May in Grand Teton National Park. I heard a rustling in the trees, and thought it was just a squirrel. Then I saw this guy chomping on some leaves about three feet in front of me, so I quickly and quietly backed up to a 'safe' distance (I tried to follow the whole 25 yards or more distance the park wants). He was in no hurry to get off the trail though, and didn't seem to mind me or my parents much. Finally he moved on, but his mother, who came up behind him, didn't seem too happy with us! But that was one of the more amazing moments I've gotten to experience in the wild. A very beautiful creation. If anyone has any critique, I'd more than appreciate it, hard to grow as a photographer unless you get some good guidance.
Canon T2i, Tamron 150-600mm f/6.3, 1/1000th, ISO 1600, 552mm