My family and I were driving through Glacier National Park this summer and we saw this Grizzly bear just wandering along the side of the mountain! The longest lens I had with me was a manual focus Canon FD 100mm f/2.8. When we saw the bear my camera had on a 24-70mm so I scrambled to get my 100mm on, because I knew the extra bit or reach would help. I got the lens on just in time to snap a few photos before we passed him by. We couldn’t stop and there was no place to pull over so I was only able to get a few shots off. Unfortunately in my rush to get the shots off I didn’t have time to change my ISO and the result was a not perfectly sharp photo. Even though it’s not a technically perfect shot, I still like it. The rush of seeing the bear together with the scramble to get the shot was super fun, so I will remember this picture in that spirit.