Category Archives : red list


38. Photography Bestof 2014 2

 1. If it Walks Like a Goose And it Talks Like a Goose…. As soon as this Army of Cuteness arrives, the most fanatical birder goes “awwwwwwww”. Bold loitering spontaneously share their sandwiches, a homeless worriedly counts whether they are as many as yesterday.   2. Interview by Bored Panda “Talented Dutch nature photographer Roeselien […]

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Yawning Tree frog

25. The Great Green Yawn

I bet most fellow nature photographers assumed – just like I did- tree frogs to be hugely enterprising, energetic and cheerful creatures. Skilfully hopping from blackberry to blackberry, climbing in trees like professional circus artists, swinging on stalks, as if they were climbing frames and sliding along thick blades like skilled pole dancers. So I […]


23. Don’t Bite The Plant that Eats you… 1

Nature works in mysterious ways. Not so long ago, I assumed there were just two options: 1. Eaten or 2. Being eaten Predator or prey…that’s the question. Recently I found out that it can be mutual as well. You eat, while being eaten: fair cross. All right, I might exaggerate a bit, but this roughly […]


Corn Poppy Papaver rhoeas klaproos bloem Flower photography

22. Poppies! 2

I love to photograph in my own neighbourhood. Just biking around,the wind in my hair and my bag on my carrier. No train-delay,caused by so called square wheels, cows on the rails or similar excuses. Unfortunately exciting nature is sparse around here. But with a little fantasy and lots of imagination, you can suddenly find […]


12. It’s a Frogs Life 3

Frogs are programmed quite simplistically: as soon as there’s any potential danger: dive! Logical enough, but a bit sad for the photographer the happy party ends as soon as (s)he enters… The enthusiastic quacking abruptly dies and the ditch looks as if there have never been any frogs and never will be again. Good show, […]

Meerkikker Pelophylax ridibundus Pool frog marsh frog