Welcome to my photography and conservation website. The "bear dance" was done by some indigenous people to celebrate human connection to the earth. Years ago, I had to "dance," jumping and yelling loudly, as an angry mother black bear charged my wife and me. I have since adopted the bear dancer as my hallmark. Conservation... in a dramatically changing world will be our challenge ahead. If you find any of the images inspirational, then I am honored. All images are of wild, uncaged birds and animals. Please support conservation efforts to curb climate changes. The images are available at the prices listed in the last gallery. Otherwise, photos may not be copied, downloaded or used without my written permission.  


Boreal Owl....secretive owl of the Rocky MountainsBoreal Owls live in cold, high-elevation forests of the Rocky Mountains.
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Guestbook for Bear Dancer Visions Photography by John J Rawinski
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John Nesser(non-registered)
Hi John -- great website with some awesome photos. Your commentary makes everything even better. Keep up the good work, always like to see your latest. Take care Amigo!
Kathy Abarr(non-registered)
You have some really great photos John. Congrats!
John T. Lott
Hey JR, when you come to Idaho or Yellowstone please come and stay with us. You are very talented with the camera and I would like to take to some wonderful places. Best regards.
Jeanne George(non-registered)
Wonderful photos, John! The sand hill cranes photos are amazing! Thank you so much for sharing! Can't wait to see more!
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