For approximately six years, a wildlife photographer in Finland has promoted his country’s all-natural beauty to the world. This has everything to do with another truly magical minute that cemented his commitment to devoting his time to the field of wildlife photography.

Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen

Martinselkonen, the location of Valtteri’s expedition, remained unknown. When he was cleaning in the timbers, he came across a couple of tiny cubs.


Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen
Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen

He was taken aback by what he saw to the point where Valtteri had the distinct impression that they were children playing on a playground in his neighborhood. He has stated that the bear cubs were behaving in a childlike manner. If they were dancing in a circle, he would stand back and watch as the cubs interacted.

Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen

Valtteri secured a location 50 meters away from this playful occasion, which has an obvious opening angle, allowing him to capture these stunning images throughout the evening and into the night.

Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen

Except in the Aland Islands, where bears are rare, bears are relatively common in Finland. These magnificent creatures have made their home in the country’s eastern and southern regions, where they have established a roaming base of operations

Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen

The playful actions of these cubs demonstrate to us that bears are naturally efficient when using their strong forelegs to move around. It can be seen when they search, climb, and swim, among other activities. Even when they are engaged in nearly all of their daily activities in the wild, bears are highly efficient and globally dominant

Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen

Valtteri’s opportunity to capture such clear images of the cubs and the bear is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Bears in the wild are usually wary of humans and will not approach them. They can relocate away from danger because of their eager detects and silent movements

Image credits: Valtteri Mulkahainen

Price quotes for bears offered by the Finnish Natural Resources Institute before the 2019 open season ranged from 2020 to 2130 euros before the Finnish open season in 2019.

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