Pho­tog­ra­ph­er Syl­vain Cordier pho­tographed a fam­i­ly of polar bears enjoy­ing the sun­set. I sug­gest you watch this mag­nif­i­cent spec­ta­cle, where nature is revealed at its best.

photo of bears

Syl­vain Cordier, a pho­tog­ra­ph­er based in La Rochelle, France, took some amaz­ing pho­tos of polar bears at sun­set. If you look at these images for a long time, you will feel as if you your­self were on the snowy plains of the Arc­tic Nation­al Wildlife Refuge in Alas­ka. It is dif­fi­cult to unequiv­o­cal­ly deter­mine which of the species is bet­ter — whether it is a fam­i­ly of polar bears, or a beau­ti­ful sun­set that lit­er­al­ly absorbs the entire frame. In any case, pho­tog­ra­ph­er Syl­vain Cordier was able to con­vey this amaz­ing pic­ture to us and we can admire it end­less­ly.

This pic­ture of polar bears was tak­en com­plete­ly by acci­dent, and the author did not dis­tract them from their usu­al activ­i­ties. He says: “One evening, around 6:30 pm, I went to pho­to­graph the sun­set. See­ing the bears, I stopped my boat in the hope that they would move in the right direc­tion. And then every­thing hap­pened real­ly by chance and these won­der­ful shots turned out.

Cordier spent three weeks on the boat observ­ing the moth­er and her two large cubs and pho­tograph­ing their dai­ly rou­tine. Judg­ing by how calm­ly they sit and watch the sun­set, it’s obvi­ous that the bears have become accus­tomed to the shut­ter sounds of the 67-year-old pho­tog­ra­pher’s cam­era.

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