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by Torbjorn Swenelius
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Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "Waiting Bear" by Torbjorn Swenelius. Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder. All seams are double-stitched for added durability. Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.
The wild bear waiting in an enclosed pasture for cows on a farm in Uppland, Sweden... more
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The wild bear waiting in an enclosed pasture for cows on a farm in Uppland, Sweden Honored by features in Fine Art America groups: Big Sky of Art - 11/05/2015, Premium FAA Artists - 02/25/2016, Wildlife ONE A DAY - 11/16/2016,
'Torbjorn's works are consistently well focused, clear and detailed showing the beauty of birds and their natural behaviors in his wonderful compositions. Visit his page and see his outstanding works! Thank you for sharing your mastery! ' Written by Don Columbus, administrator of the groups Birds In Focus and A Birding Group - Wings. Living in Sweden has given me a great appreciation for nature and the unique beauty of the Nordic light. Our right of public access, and the freedom to roam the wilderness of Sweden and the other Nordic countries has been a shaping influence in my work - the landscapes, the plants and wildlife, seascapes with the archipelagos, all have given me the inspiration for both my water colours and my...
Thank you so much Mariola Bitner for the feature in the FAA-group "Wildlife ONE A DAY"!
Thank you so much, Barbie!
Run, cows, run!
Torbjorn Swenelius replied:
The cows survived, but not a badger. In the end the bear was shot. For the story (in Swedish) with all pictures, please visit http://swenelius.com/bjornen-i-dalby/
Thank you so much Dan Marinescu for the feature in the FAA-group "Premium FAA Artists"! (The group feature icon 02/25/2016 is missing!)
Thank you so much Mia DeLode for the feature in the FAA-group Big Sky of Art!