Tag: Nature

I’ve Been Shooting Wild Squirrels For 4 Years And They Finally Shot Me Back
25 May

I’ve Been Shooting Wild Squirrels For 4 Years And They Finally Shot Me Back

Homepage featured Photography Animal photography full-page funny squirrel 25th of May 2017

4 years ago I started photographing wild red squirrels. In those early years I captured squirrels behind a camera shooting birds and nature, but this time I wanted to let them capture me. This year, squirrels started to climb on my camera during shooting and that gave me the idea of letting them do the photo job.

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2017 Sony World Photography Best Photos Will Take Your Breath Away
15 Mar

2017 Sony World Photography Best Photos Will Take Your Breath Away

Homepage featured Photography 2017 Awards shortlist 2017 Sony World Photography Awards Animal photography 15th of March 2017

It's that time of the year again when Sony announces the shortlist of the best photos competing in the biggest photography contest in the world. As always, these include best shots not only by professionals but by amateur photographers as well. It's the tenth Sony World Photography Awards and this year it managed to outpace the record-breaking last year's event and gathered photographers from 49 countries; with the shortlist being drawn from 227,596 images, entered from 183 countries, including – for the first time – Armenia, Cuba, Iceland, and Saudi Arabia.

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15+ Of The Best Photos From The 2017 Sony World Photography Awards Shortlist
14 Mar

15+ Of The Best Photos From The 2017 Sony World Photography Awards Shortlist

Homepage featured Photography 2017 Awards shortlist 2017 Sony World Photography Awards Animal photography 14th of March 2017

It's that time of the year again when Sony announces the shortlist of the best photos competing in the biggest photography contest in the world. As always, these include best shots not only by professionals but by amateur photographers as well. It's the tenth Sony World Photography Awards and this year it managed to outpace the record-breaking last year's event and gathered photographers from 49 countries; with the shortlist being drawn from 227,596 images, entered from 183 countries, including – for the first time – Armenia, Cuba, Iceland, and Saudi Arabia.

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Japanese Are Going Crazy About These Bunny Succulents
14 Mar

Japanese Are Going Crazy About These Bunny Succulents

Homepage featured Nature bunny bunny ear succulent bunny succulent 14th of March 2017

Ever wanted to own a rabbit but don't have the time or space to look after one? Then why don't you grow one in a pot instead? Don't worry, we haven't gone crazy. We're referring to a species of succulent called Monilaria obconica that has a rather unique (not to mention incredibly cute) feature, namely the fact that it looks like it has little bunny rabbit ears!

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How I Got Seduced By Wildlife Photography
07 Mar

How I Got Seduced By Wildlife Photography

Homepage featured Photography #nature bird photography birds 7th of March 2017

While photography has become my primary language, animal whispering has evolved as a tool to communicate the unique sincerity emerging from a wild animal’s eye. Beyond the Art, wildlife photography allows me to seek the uniqueness in things while engaging with nature in a unique way. When meeting wild animals, I always feel gifted to be able to capture such sincere moments as it makes me feel instantly at peace.

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Farmer Surprised After The Kittens He Found Turned Out To Be Something Else
07 Mar

Farmer Surprised After The Kittens He Found Turned Out To Be Something Else

Animals Homepage featured animal transformation central asia cats Daursky Nature Reserve 7th of March 2017

One Russian farmer found four little kittens in his barn - or at least that’s what they seemed to be, until the man discovered the truth. The little fellows clearly needed his help to survive. Yet, they looked different than any other kittens the farmer has seen before. So, to identify what kind of care they needed, the man called the Daursky Nature Reserve, where they confirmed that these were not regular cats. They were animals known as Palla’s cats or Manuls, a rare species of wild cat that is native to Central Asia.

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