Heike Odermatt – Drifting ice

Andrew Raynor   Drifting ice at the IJsselmeer during sunset. The hardest thing was to get the crowd of people, which ‘ran’ across the ice, out of the picture. Andy Raynor Dover NH

Alex Mustard – Rig Diver

Andrew Raynor   A Brandt’s cormorant (Phalacrocorax penicillatus) hunts for a meal in a school of Pacific chub mackerel (Scomber japonicus), beneath an oil rig. I was drawn to this story because of the paradox. We don’t usually think of oil rigs as being positive for nature, but these rigs at least, give the inhabitants […]

Iñaki Relanzón – Last snowfall

Andrew Raynor   Last week we enjoyed probably the last snowfall this winter. We were blocked im a very small village and we were unable to drive our cars out of the place. But the surroundings were amazing, and we don’t wanted to go anywhere else than there. Andy Raynor Dover NH

Theo Bosboom – Hot and cold

Andrew Raynor   ‘Fire and ice’ is not only a cliché or a nice slogan to promote Iceland. On many places you can actually see and experience both elements at one place. Like here for example, at a geothermal source near Krafla in North Iceland. Although temperatures were well below zero and there was a […]

Sepp Hackhofer – Blue

Andrew Raynor   While here in the Alps where I live we are having a real winter with heaps of snow and cold conditions, up in Iceland warm winds are melting away the snow within a few days or hours. Climate change is obviously taking place. On this image these particular conditions created a magic […]

Zoltán Gergely Nagy – Great Whites of the Delta

Andrew Raynor   First light with Great White Pelicans.   Join me between the 16th and 23rd of June 2018 for an exciting bird photography trip in a purpose built photo boat that will offer plenty of creative opportunities to photograph Great White Pelicans and a wealth of other species in the Danube Delta Biosphere […]