In August of 2017 my wife and I traveled deep into the Rocky Mountains on a day trip where we met Snacks and his big brother. That was my first encounter with these two moose in the mountains of Northern Colorado. Over time I documented this, and other, moose from Gould and Cameron Peak all the way to Red Feathers Lakes and Rustic and everywhere in-between.
Each time I saw this moose he had something hanging out of his mouth which is why I eventually nicknamed him ‘Snacks’. It seems that this moose never stopped eating. If you look closely at the image (click it to launch the light box) you can clearly see a stem of Geyer willow hanging from his mouth.
||24 × 16 in
Real life scene from digital (RAW) negative. Unaltered.
August 2017 – Larimer County, Colorado
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