Mountain King

Hiking in the back country of Yellowstone National Park this bull elk appeared out of the woods and not a bit concerned with my presents.

Photographer Name: Noel K. Desmond
Date: January 01, 1970
Location: Yellowstone National Park - Back Country

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2 Responses to “Mountain King”

  1. Cindy Bonawitz


  2. Allen Lindley

    Bagged many an Elk in my day; Never bragged about the fact; It was always meat for the table through the winter; same with Antelope; Deer; Mountain Sheep Caribou; Pheasant; various Grouse; Geese; Duck; Turkey; Quail;

    In the western states we only count the points on one side of their rack; We do not believe in inflating the ego.