It’s not everyday that you see a polar bear, even as a wildlife photographer, but Dennis Fast stumbled upon something truly remarkable near the lodges run by Churchill Wild in Northern Canada’s Hudson Bay: a group of polar bears playing in a field of fireweed flowers. “[I]t’s not just their color that makes them a favorite target of my camera. They have a slow, ambling gait as they drift about looking for anything that moves. It looks like they don’t have a care in the world, and that there is nothing they are afraid off. It’s not arrogance, exactly, but a quiet confidence that we often respect in humans and that translates well to the polar bear,” said Fast. Continue reading for more pictures.