Dorin Bofan – Patagonian painting

Andrew Raynor   Lenga trees seen through the snow storm. An image that accompanies a short story I wrote about our trip to Patagonia: Location: Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina Posted on: 19/05/2016Photo info – 16/04/2016: Canon 650d Canon 70-200 f/4 at 104mm f/4 1/320 iso 800 Andy Raynor Dover NH

Heike Odermatt – Cracks

Andrew Raynor   Some years ago one morning at the Aletsch glacier, the largest glacier of the Alps (Switzerland). When we arrived near the glacier everything was still covered in fog. Then the fog slowly went away and the glacier became more and more visibly. First I made a few landscape pictures with the disappearing fog and than I was looking for more details and […]

Markus Varesvuo – On The Road In The Air, Again

Andrew Raynor   Most of the Brent Geese wintering in Europe hail from the northernmost parts of the Siberian tundra, where they return every spring to breed. Their migration flyway from the Continental Europe crosses the Gulf of Finland, and for a couple of days big flocks of Brent Geese, in long wavering lines, can […]

Alex Mustard – Sealion Hunting

Andrew Raynor   A California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) bursts through a school of Pacific chub mackerel (Scomber japonicus) while hunting beneath a working oil rig. Los Angeles, California, United States of America. North East Pacific Ocean. Location: Los Angeles, California, USA Posted on: 13/05/2016Photo info – 23.09.2015: NIKON D4, 13 mm, ISO 800, f […]

Iñaki Relanzón – Black-browed albatross

Andrew Raynor   Iñaki Relanzón – Black-browed albatross Black-browed albatross in Falkland Islands. Posted on: 12/05/2016 Photo info – 14.02.2016: NIKON D4, 70 mm, ISO 125, f 3, 1/2500 sec, Flash: not used Andy Raynor Dover NH

Theo Bosboom – The signs

Andrew Raynor   Walking through the Muddus national park I was searching for ways to capture the spirit of the primeval forest. This was not easy, in locations like this you always run the risk that you miss the forest for the trees. When I discovered this tracks of beetle larvae on a half burnt […]

Oriol Alamany – The lords of the Pyrenees

Andrew Raynor   Although over the years I have spent many days inside hides waiting for them, I never get tired of watching and photographing the Bearded vultures or Lammergeiers, the biggest and one of the most elegant raptors of the Pyrenees. I did this image last week, early in the morning, with the spring beginning […]

Marc Steichen – Splash

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Sepp Hackhofer – Capercaillie

Andrew Raynor   The Capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) came in the Alps during the iceage and still lives here. But climate Change does not make it easy for these ancient birds to survive, as they are perfectly adapted to cold conditions, but not to warm temperatures. So they have moved much higher in the last 40 […]