Lets take a look at the best still captures in order they were captured. This footage is not a clear as I would like it to be. I was moving and the sun was very bright. The video was shot in HD but the subject is still not crystal clear.
The below still capture shows a very hairy fellow peeking out at me from the right side of the trail. Note how bright the sun is and the fact the Bigfoot is hiding on the sun lit side of the trail.
I think the Bigfoot is located here because of the wind. The wind was in its face and wind is always more important than having the sun at your back.
Note how close to the trail it is. I walked withing a few feet of this Bigfoot and had no clue it was hiding there beside the trail.
The next 3 still captures show what I think is a different Bigfoot in the same area. It has a more "traditional look". I have moved down the trail about 100 feet away when it pokes its head out again and looks at me.
In the above still capture the Bigfoot is just starting to look out around the tree at me. In the below still capture its head is more exposed as it gets a good look at me.
Below is a close up of the sequential frames. The Bigfoot leans out more and turns toward me.
Below are close ups of the head.
The Bigfoot turns its head back to its left. Then tilts its head backward. The below still capture shows this profile view of the Bigfoot.
Note the high forehead, brow, and beard. The facial hair appears to be "groomed" not "shaggy" or "un-kept".
The final still capture explains the reason the Bigfoot turned its head back and "sniffed" the wind. Two hikers come up from behind me. Notice on the right of the trail something suspicious looking.
Is this another Bigfoot? This would make possibly three in this one area watching the trail! (This is near the area where I collected Bigfoot hair samples for the Ketchum DNA Project).
Below is a collage of the still captures from this footage.
It is shocking how close the Bigfoot get to us and we have no clue. This trail is a heavily used trail. Families, women, children, and riders on horse back frequent this trail every weekend and daily during the tourist season. This is one reason I chose this area. It has all the incrediants to attract Bigfoot. They are "watchers" of us! We are their "entertainment".