Wildlife photographer George Turner has enjoyed some incredible adventures throughout his career, from photographing a sprinting lioness in Namibia to spending time with chimpanzees in Tanzania. His latest journey brought him to a decidedly colder climate, as he traveled to the far reaches of northern Canada to photograph the Churchill polar bears.
Many dog owners would agree that there’s no other friend quite like a faithful canine.
It is estimated that around 100 African elephants are killed every day due to an insatiable demand for ivory.
If you’ve got a cat, you know how much they love to lounge. On average, domestic cats can sleep up to 15 hours per day, so it’s important they have multiple cozy spots to choose from. Luckily, Ukraine-based artists Denis and Katya (aka Meow Felt) create adorably characterized, felt cat beds (or cat houses), handmade from natural wool.
Montreal-based photographer Paul Parent is known for his stunning macro photography.
Photographer Simon Dell is a gracious host.
Photographer Christian Vieler captures canines’ moments of bliss, frozen in time. For years, he’s snapped portraits of pooches as they attempt to catch tasty treats in their mouths. The charming images are a humorous depiction of dogs as they track the morsels and bare their teeth in anticipation of the delicious snack. Although it feels like we’re watching the events unfold in slow motion, these micro expressions happen in just a split second.
Two years ago, animal photographer Grace Chon introduced her charming dog haircut portrait series, Hairy.
The deadliest and most destructive fire in California’s history erupted on November 8, 2018 and it still continues to burn.
『ごめんナァ。sorry 』（H301109）スタッフ撮影の美術館周辺の猫スナップをご紹介。（spin off 2018、不定期配信） #尾道 #千光寺公園 #尾道市立美術館 #猫 #黒猫 #cat #onomichi pic.twitter.com/SgSoiNtUIt — 尾道市立美術館 (@bijutsu1) November 12, 2018 Most cat lovers would agree that our feline friends have a mind of their own. Although they’re known to be highly intelligent, their notorious aloofness means they make up their own rules, and they definitely won’t be told what to do.
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Thousands of entries flooded into the 2018 British Wildlife Photography Awards, with amateur and professional photographers submitting their best work across...