seems like the dude didn't even notice you're around - zoom or supersoft walk? :)
Now they're not that afraid of people any more - must feel relatively safe, unlike in Romania, I guess. I've got one right on the trail, poor quality pic taken with a poor camera unfortunately:
Once on the crest of Małołączniak (Czerwone Wierchy) a young buck stood on the trail, his two female chamois behind him, shooed at us and looked like he was about to charge - bluffing probably - we didn't get closer so as not to frighten'em (or perhaps we were just scared:-)
This means that either there must be an isolated population on Slavkovsky still afraid of people, or I'm just too frightening :))
I guess they fear you've come to engineer their environment:-)
That would be a terrible misbelief, as I'm rather bound the other way :)
Listen, Peter, how should they know that? Bearing in mind all the schemes for converting the Tatras into one huge ski resort :-( , no wonder they're bound in the opposite direction
From time to time I hear about those projects, but so far I had the impression they are just propaganda-stuff from those businessmen who would like to make them happen, rather than proposals that enjoy wide support from the entitled officials.
Aha, plus from excitement-seeking media. Let's hope so.
Well, on the southern side there are constructions, indeed. I haven't studied how deep they penetrate into the NP area, though. On the other hand there are so many places in SK for skiers, that this new burden to the High Tatras is hardly reasonable, IMHO.
I couldn't agree more. The problem is the locals (or governement? or all the lot) want their share/more of the money, so I don't think they would listen to us.
a bit all of them together ! young chamois a bit lost, supersoft walk and maximum zoom !