6 Following Tolkien’s Characters And Bears’ Prints

Following Tolkien’s Characters And Bears’ Prints

Posted on January 24, 2011 by team

They said hobbits had disappeared from our planet but some peoples still follow that tranquil and quiet way of life very similar to that one the Tolkien’s small heroes live in his fairy tales.

And these pictures are for those who maybe have never seen bear prints. This one is on the dried silt.

On the hard ice crust which easily holds the weight of the animal.

On the volcanic sand.

On the volcanic loam in the Geyzer Valley.

Look like a palette of an artist.

2 bears were walking here.

A print on the wet ground.

via remetalk and shpilenok

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6 Responses to “Following Tolkien’s Characters And Bears’ Prints”

  1. testicules says:

    Cool country. Can I get a bear rug there?

  2. Mahmoud A. says:

    The wide bear paw prints remind me of the pleasure I take from women with wide feet. I love it when they put one strong foot on each of my buttocks and massage really hard, back and forth, up and down, all around.

  3. Bigg Fredd says:

    Now show how they neuter the goats.

  4. Tofudin Sejtani says:

    Where exactly in Russia is this? Nice images..

  5. Musa says:

    What are those men doing in picture #6? Now we know why there are no women in these pictures, they are not needed.

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