Author: Andrew Raynor

Heike Odermatt – Tone in tone

Andrew Raynor   When I was in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park (South-Africa) years ago I spotted this black-backed jackal moving through the grass, same color only some more dark ‘drawings’. It is still nice to see how well the animals are adapted to their nature. Andy Raynor Dover NH

Markus Varesvuo – Dipper doing what Dippers do

Andrew Raynor   Even in the deepest, darkest northern winter, Dippers work tirelessly at the rapids, with high snow banking the river and ice forming on rocks jutting out of the water surface. This Dipper is standing on a rock just below the surface and dipping in to find insect food. But just as easily […]

Theo Bosboom – The wild river

Andrew Raynor   The Godafoss is one of the most popular and most beautiful waterfalls on Iceland. I especially love it in winter, when large parts of the waterfall is frozen. The river Skjalfandafljót can be pretty wild and is an interesting photo subject too. Here I caught just a little corner of it, with some […]

Oriol Alamany – Moixeró alpenglow

Andrew Raynor   I klove this kind od mysterious light, the last reflection of pink clouds (alpenglow) on the white calcareous cliffs of Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park, in the Pyrenees mountains. Andy Raynor Dover NH

Sepp Hackhofer – Ice on the beach

Andrew Raynor   Yes, I know, it is one of the most photographed subjects in Iceland, but still. Everyone who´s going there is astonished by the beauty around the glacier lagoon Jökulsarlon. And, everyone is seeing it a little bit different. It is amazing to see the results when many people are photographing the same […]

Angel Fitor – Layers of life

Andrew Raynor   A seahorse clings onto a colonial tunicate, which in turn has grown around a seagrass stem in the shallows of Mar Menor coastal lagoon. This is how life thrives; in layers. Like masterpieces of painting, tones are carefully shaped by overlaying layers of primary colours in a way that an image becomes […]