Author: Andrew Raynor

Oriol Alamany – Winter storm

Andrew Raynor   Some nights before I was going for that third-time around Iceland in winter again (Perhaps sometime I must visit this nation in summertime, never been there with natural areas!). Many people journey there to photograph the Northernlights, the ices on Jokülsarlon seaside, and also the coastline areas created through dim ND filters. I favor to walk, uncover, and […]

Marc Steichen – Northern lights over Oksneset

Andrew Raynor   Terminate response Remark We’n appreciate one to discuss our pictures. If you’re able to, please achieve this in Language. So that as we’re below under our very own titles, we’n enjoy should you might do exactly the same when commenting. * electiveYour current email address won’t be printed. Title Mail * Site […]

Sepp Hackhofer – Traveller´s Pleasure (Clematis vitalba)

Andrew Raynor   The vegetables of Individuals Pleasure (Clematis vitalba) are very apparent in winter, because they are included in bright featherlike locks. I captured the vegetables by having an available snowcovered landscape within the history, overextended it a bit and required another publicity outoffocus. In this way it appears really gentle and exhibits the stunning […]

Zoltán Gergely Nagy – Rust

Andrew Raynor   Spring is already here, but I just had to chose this autumn scene for today, because it could almost sum up this winter for me here in Transylvania… Warm temperatures, forests looking like it is October and precocious little snow. Now let’s look forward to spring! Location: Retezat Mountains, Romania Posted on: […]

Fading Winter Ice

Andrew Raynor Fallen iced tree on Lake St. Clair, Michigan | Photo ID # WI-9994 This almost became the first winter that I didn’t photograph a single landscape.  It felt weird – a little bit guilt, a little bit relief.   With the very mild El Niño winter, we were teased a lot here in […]

Angel Fitor – Kindergarten

Andrew Raynor   Nature´s sophistication is sometimes able to make real even the weirdest of dreams. In lake Tanganyika, a gigantic playground for evolution´s vagaries, mouthbrooding cichlids represents the quintessensce of parental care in the world of fishes. Haplotaxodon microlepis, one of them, guards up to 200 fry in-mouth during their first crucial few weeks […]

Werner Bollmann – Shag

Andrew Raynor   Werner Bollmann – Shag Soon the shags will return to their breeding grounds, flying over the waves like pterosaurians… Location: Norway Posted on: 04/03/2016Photo info – 07.03.2013: NIKON D800, 500 mm, ISO 125, f 7, 1/25 sec, Flash: not used Tags: phalacrocorax aristoteles, sea, seabird, shag Andy Raynor Dover NH

Sven Začek – Inspired by Roy

Andrew Raynor   Just to take a leaf out of Roy’s book from yesterday, well a small piece of that leaf anyway. Roy had a Musk Ox shaking off snow, I am showing a far smaller animal shaking off water and ice with a caught frog in its mouth. Cheers mate! Location: Estonia Posted on: […]

Roy Mangersnes – Disappearing Musk Ox

Andrew Raynor   40.000 years ago the Musk Ox lived side by side with the Woolly Mammoth in the Norwegian mountains. After going extinct the Musk Ox was re-introduced in the late 40’s and early 50’s. A total of 10 animals survived the re-introduction and has been the basis of todays population of just over 300 animals. The […]

Jaak Põder – Curious

Andrew Raynor   Jaak Põder – Curious Not much to add. Posted on: 01/03/2016 Photo info – 31.05.2014: Canon EOS-1D Mark IV, 420 mm, ISO 640, f 4, 1/1250 sec, Flash: not used Andy Raynor Dover NH