Tundra Buggy

Today my time on the observation deck was limited because the wind was bitingly cold, She explained. At one point, while trying to photograph bears on the kelp-covered terrain, the inevitable happened: I dropped my phone. I had it about eye-level (five feet) and it slipped right through my gloves. It hit the metal grating of the deck floor. Funny thing? I wasnt worried. I picked it back and quickly grabbed the shot of the bear before even inspecting it. It survived. Thanks Gorilla Glass 5. (0:11)

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