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Black and White Animal Portraits by Lukas Holas

Black and White Animal Portraits by Lukas Holas

Black and White Animal Portraits by Lukas Holas

Lukas Holas is a photographer, NMD Adidas Dames a graphic designer from Frydlant and an animal lover. mochilas kanken classic He loves animals so much that he decided to create a series in Behance entitled Portraits of Animals which features high-class black and white images of his favorite creatures to showcase their real elegance and beauty.

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Aerial Photos of Botswana Wildlife by Zack Seckler

Aerial Photos of Botswana Wildlife by Zack Seckler

Aerial Photos of Botswana Wildlife by Zack Seckler

From January 15 to February 23, Russell Wilson – Wisconsin Jerseys New York City’s Robin Rice Gallery will be exhibiting photographer Zack Seckler’s “Botswana”, asics femme a series of aerial photos capturing African landscape and wildlife. Nike Air Max 1 Dames In order to get these unique shots, he flew over Botswana in a small plane less than 500 feet in the air. This is the first solo exhibition for Seckler, Kyrie 2 Scarpe who began his career as a photojournalist before deciding he would much rather create rather than document images.

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Jeweled Bugs by David Chambon

Jeweled Bugs by David Chambon

Jeweled Bugs by David Chambon

French photographer David Chambon has focused his lens on wildlife and nature photography for over ten years. From large beasts to tiny insects. He is also fond of macro photography, magnifying the littlest yet most beautiful details and seeing it at a bigger scale.

In these series, as insects rise in the morning, Chambon is there capture the condensed moisture that has covered their little legs and wings throughout the night making them look like they’re encrusted with diamonds. Waking up early in the morning allows him to capture these macro shots.

Roughly translated from French, the artist says, “I see to capture the magic moment and to capture the spectacular beauty of our nature.” His obvious skill and patience is evident in his magnificent photographs.

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Wildlife Photography by Roeselien Raimond

Wildlife Photography by Roeselien Raimond

Wildlife Photography by Roeselien Raimond

Roeselien Raimond is a former art therapist and web designer. She has always been interested in both art and living beings. But nowadays, she tries to combine her love for nature and art by getting into photography. A few years ago, she was living a very hectic life and she needed some peace of mind, and she found it in nature and wildlife photography. Her camera was a pretty good excuse to roll in the grass and forget about her busy life for a while.

The unpredictable nature of the wild changed Raimond’s world. Nature photography demands a lot of patience and flexibility because you can never foresee its natural behavior. She learned to take things as they are and go with the natural flow which are mostly unexpected, but can lead to something wonderful.

As Roeselien Raimond said, “Learn and get inspired by looking at others, but finally choose your own path.”

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Across the Ravaged Land by Nick Brandt

Across the Ravaged Land by Nick Brandt

Across the Ravaged Land by Nick Brandt

Images are powerful. They tell stories, even the most interesting and disturbing ones.

Nick Brandt has been spending the last decade documenting the transforming landscape of Africa and its wildlife due to the actions of human beings. In his photography project Across the Ravaged Land, the final part in his trilogy book, he documented the disappearing nature and animals of East Africa.

He included humans in his photography for the first time in this book – poachers killing for profit. Among his images are the famous Elephants of Amboseli, Lions in Serengeti, and the perfectly preserved creatures calcified by the salts of the Rift Valley soda lake where he arranges them to appear as though they were alive.

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