Photographer Patty Waymire wanted to capture polar bears inside the scenic snow, so that she traveled to Barter Island, Alaska – and surprisingly, there wasn’t any snow. “I was amazed once I came, to hunt out there wasn’t any snow was the sea ice forming however,” Waymire told The Huffington Submit. “The natives told me that it had been an unusually heating winter and the snow could be late in coming. It’s undoubtedly among the warmest winters on record ”
She had been quickly to s polar bears on patches of sand and dirt, and decided to grab the bizarre perspective on the electronic camera. “The shot struck me immediately as [the bear] appeared contemplative, sitting on the coast of one of several Barter Islands,” she said. “The dearth of ice and snow hockey was evident that it suggested a story together with requiring any phrases”
Among several photographs she took contributed”No Snow, No Ice” obtained a honorable point outside in a National Geographic film contest. The shooter is alleged to be manifestation of the dire consequences of global warming.
“I was amazed once I came, to find there wasn’t any snow was the sea ice forming however”
Again in early October, photographer Patty Waymire moved to Barter Island to shoot pictures of polar bears over the snow
“The natives advised me…that the snow could be late in coming. It’s undoubtedly among the warmest winters”
Waymire was quickly to polar bears on patches of sand and dirt, and took out the digital camera
Her photographs are said to replicate the dire consequences of global warming
A picture directed”No Snow, No Ice” obtained a honorable point outside in a National Geographic movie contest
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