Tag Archives : nature photography


39. Instant Winter 2.0 (About Deer, Birds, Foxes, Winter, Snow & Hoar Frost) 4

Formerly, our winters used to be constructed with care. Some freezing, some thawing. As soon as you had finally dusted your ice skates and dug up your mittens, thaw had already set in. The first ice scraping from your car window, a hopeful little snowman and some modest ski-fever, interspersed with a daunting little thaw […]

Roeselien snow hoar frost rime foxes

37. 50 Shades Of White With A Touch Of Red: New Artice on Bored Panda 1

Roeselien Raimond, a Dutch nature photographer who takes especially warm and beautiful pictures of wild red foxes, shared some exclusive new winter fox photos with Bored Panda and talked to us about her work. Raimond (whom we’ve written about and spoken with before here) said that snow can be rare where she lives, making these […]


26. Fox Yawns 4

Foxes yawn. So do we. So what? And yet, yawning is quite luxury thing. Being scared, cold or thirsty isn’t a good starting point for a decent yawn. Yawning basically requires a really safe environment and a full stomach, to begin with. Like most animals, foxes prefer being lazy and don’t tend to waste energy. […]


Mushroom in an autumn forest

27. Interview @ 121clicks.com

Interview 121clicks.com Some time ago I was interviewed by the famous 121clicks.com, if interested you can read the interview below: —————————————————————————————————————————————- “Outstanding Nature Photography by Roeselien Raimond” “Outstanding and out of the world captures of beautiful nature, this is Roeselien Raimond for all of us, simple and elegant compositions playing a wonderful art touch to […]


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 […]

Yawning Tree frog