A photographer spent 117 hours in the severe cold to get these incredible shots
Every year, from mid-February to mid-March, a grand event happens in the Wapusk National Park in Canada: polar bears come out from their caves with their four-month-old babies for the first time.
Last year, Daisy Gilardini, a professional wildlife photographer, decided to go photo hunting for pictures of the cubs’ first steps. Daisy spent 13 days in the park and waited for 117 hours in front of the cave while it was about −122°F (-50 °C) outside. It makes me shiver just thinking about it!
We at Bright Side really admire her devotion to her work and would like to share some unique pictures that she had taken under extremely difficult conditions.