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In ancient Greece, the Elysian Fields represented the closest thing to heaven. It was a paradise where the most heroic and virtuous souls would reside after they died. But you don’t have to die to experience paradise, say Polish nature photographers Lukasz Boch and Marcin Baranowski. In fact, it’s often right around the corner. That’s […]Read More
Julien Herremans is an outstanding nature photographer who lives in the north of Flanders. He has been fascinated by nature, especially birds, since he was a teen. He and his wife Linda enjoy birdwatching and photography together and have travelled to many beautiful spots, often guided by professional photographer Yves Adams. Floating hide photography has become […]Read More
Trip Report I had never been to Slovenia, and Jure was working on some really cool species that I needed on film for an assignment, so I jumped in my car during one of the lockdowns and headed to Slovenia, the car loaded with floating hides, tent hides, lots of beers for Jure and chocolates […]Read More
For many nature and wildlife photographers, travelling is part of the deal. Admittedly, great shots can be taken close to home – but changing scenery for new ideas and inspiration can be fruitful as well. And, to be honest, I can’t wait to go someplace abroad any time soon again. As I have often stated, […]Read More
As winter still lingers in Norway’s central and northern parts, spring is warming up southern coastal areas … and with April comes adder’s mating season. As the snakes come out of hibernation, they will bask in the sun, awaiting their first skin shedding… and then immediately after the shedding, they go into “mating mode”. In […]Read More