Category Archives : art


30. Interview by Bored Panda 1

Interview by Bored Panda: Stunning Wild Fox Photography By Roeselien Raimond Talented Dutch nature photographer Roeselien Raimond has taken countless stunning photos of beautiful creatures and wildlife, but her photos of wild foxes are especially wonderful. She agreed to give Bored Panda an interview and talk about her work photographing these cunning and beautiful creatures. […]


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 […]


18. Foxes, Snow & National Geographic 5

As you might have noticed I have this thing for foxes, especially for foxes in the snow… And now National geographic seem to like my fox in the snow as well, how cool is that?! My photo was chosen by the National Geographic jury as one of the nominees in the National Geographic Photocontest 2012 […]

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Mallard Anas platyrhynchos Mallard duckling baby cute overload

9. Too cute to Blog: Ducklings 9

I’ve got (at least) two so called weak spots: One is a bizarre attraction towards all that shines. I’m an easy victim for vendors selling way too expensive, but beautifully twinkling fake bracelets and I easily spend my last money on hideous kitsch junk in the Christmas section of Walmarts. My kingdom for a little […]


8. Blue Mission (searching for Moor Frogs) 4

On one of the last winter days some colleague photographers and I plotted our new challenge: finding Blue Frogs. The rumour goes that for just a few days a year the male Moor frog dresses completely blue in order to seduce them frog ladies. So it’s just a matter of being at the right place […]

And an even bluer one...