Maggie and I are coming up on a year since we last went to Cabela's and we decided to commorate that time with another visit. For those who haven't been there it is a place of magic and wonder. If you ask Maggie, the magic and wonder come from the magic that anybody would ever go there and wondering how she ever fell in love with me after I took her here?? :) You can obviously tell by her reaction in this pic that she is giddy as a school girl to take this field trip.
Of course we all must know that there is dentistry in everything. Here we are at a furious polar bear showing me his pearly whites. If you can't tell from the pic, I am pointing to my choppers and his. I think he was upset because Maggie was wanting to run around the store dressed in hunter orange and that scared him, thank goodness I stopped her.
What can I really say about this pic?? Maggie and I were discussing geopolitics and out of nowhere comes this 9 foot bear wanting to crash our conversation. Maggie got scared, squeeled, but really she had nothing to fear....I was nearby and would surely save her....as soon as I got this picture.
So I have something a little embarrassing to admit...I don't know the difference between a yak and a musk ox. I inappropriatley set up this picture to depict a double yak. I was really feeling in the groove with capturing the expression and struggle of our generation with this talent I have been blessed with, my craft, my photography that is me....but then Maggie crashed the vision with realization that it wasn't a yak after all. It looks like a yak doesn't it?