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Alex Mustard – Next Generation

Andrew Raynor   The developing eggs of a saddleback anemonefish (Amphiprion polymnus) undulate in the current. This species of anemonefish favours anemones growing in sandy areas, so usually has to find a stone and drag it to the anemone to lay its eggs on. These eggs are quite close to hatching with their eyes already […]

Iñaki Relanzón – Wild sea

Andrew Raynor   I’ve just arrived from the Falkland Islands, where my passengers and I’ve passed two weeks photographing the wildlife. Despite the weather was so windy, we were able to enjoy amazing situations, like the wild sea in this place of the world. Andy Raynor Dover NH

Theo Bosboom – Oak trees in the snow

Andrew Raynor   When it starts snowing, it is good to have a nature area that you like and that you know well around the corner. I am happy to live close to the Veluwe in the Netherlands, where I found these oak trees partly covered by snow. Andy Raynor Dover NH

Oriol Alamany – Mind-blowing nature

Andrew Raynor   I had seen it in photographs, I had seen it in documentaries, but being there and seeing it with my own eyes, hearing the screaming of tens of thousands of penguins, catching the smell, was fascinating. From my recent trip to South Georgia Island. King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) in Salisbury Plain, South […]

Dune Dragons, part 2

Andrew Raynor Nine.  A symbolic number rooted deep in Chinese culture, and in particular, for dragons.   Nine is the number for the Emperor.  The Dragon King had nine sons.   Chinese dragons are described with 9 special character traits.   The number is deeply associated in many ways with these magical creatures.   Perhaps […]

Sepp Hackhofer – Earth-pyramides

Andrew Raynor   These columns with a rock on top are nothing else, but a form of erosion. The rocks compress the clay, so it cant be washed away so quick. Only a 150 years ago where today we see these beautiful form of landscape a path was going through and the local farmers where […]

Zoltán Gergely Nagy – Dipper

Andrew Raynor   As the snows have started to stick this season, my thoughts have gone back to this dipper that I have photographed in April, when a freak snowstorm has covered Transylvania – the last snow of the past winter. Andy Raynor Dover NH

Angel Fitor – Deathly trap

Andrew Raynor   A mauve stinger unfolds its poisonous tentacles to ensnare the surrounding zooplankton, which in its turn is fed by microscopic algae powered by the sun and the nutrients dissolved in the seawater. The complex relationships among all living creatures on the Planet are the key to their prevalence. It is only our […]

Dune Dragons

Andrew Raynor On August 21, 2017, “Eclipse Mania” hit the United States as one of the most anxiously awaited astrological events of the year.  Thousands flocked to the path of totality to witness what could be a once-in-a-lifetime solar event.   Photographers planned with precision to get that “perfect shot.”    With so much attention […]