Precious! Early last year, Paul Souders spent two weeks in the Hudson Bay looking for polar bears and then when he was just about to give up, he befriended this little rascal above. Somehow, the bear felt so comfortable around the photographer that she got super close to him. So much so that Paul could actually hear her slow, regular breathing as she watched him below the surface and swam close by. He said that it was one of the most special and accidental moments in his life that he was lucky enough to capture on film. I just love how curious she was. Brilliant, isn’t it?
P.S: Remember the polar bear live feed?
P.P.S: How about this rascal? (Still melts my heart).
(via Awkward Situationist)