Wildlife photographers take some of the most adventurous and exciting shots. The recently released 2021 finalists of the Bird Photographer of the Year Awards are no exception. From a confrontation between an enormous eagle and a fox to an adorable fluffy duckling exploring its pond, this year's gallery is a collection of magical moments in the animal kingdom. The Bird Photographer of the Year 2021 competition saw a stunning 22,000 entries from around the world.
Birds are fascinating creatures to observe—it's no wonder why people find it an absolute pleasure to spend hours birdwatching.
British photographer Will Burrard-Lucas specializes in snapping gorgeous pictures of wildlife at night.
Who knew that snails were so photogenic? Poland-based photographer Katarzyna Załużna captures the mystical beauty of these tiny shelled creatures in enchanting images that bring the viewer into their world. Using an exquisite bokeh effect, she lends an otherworldly charm to these intimate dreamlike scenes with an artistry that is quite remarkable.
The idea of “love” is universal. It spans cultures and time.
Photographer Chris Fallows captures awe-inspiring images of wildlife in their natural habitats.
Let's face it: animals don’t care whether you’re trying to take a picture or you’re on a video call. If our work-from-home culture has taught us anything, it's that pets are curious and have no qualms about interrupting a photo or video to see what they're missing. Well, it turns out that wild animals have a similar attitude to our domesticated cats and dogs.
Los Angeles-based wildlife photographer Simon Needham takes stunning portraits of different animals to raise awareness of endangered species and encourage...
A beautiful white moose has been spotted roaming the forests of Sweden along the Norway border.
Capturing a great photograph requires technical skill, foresight, and intuition, but you also need a lot of luck! After all, being in the right place at the right time is something that’s hard to plan for. But, of course, a skilled photographer recognizes the charmed scene and knows when to snap the photo. Mike Mayou found such a moment while flying his drone over the St. Louis River in Minnesota.
Why did the bison cross the road?
In 2019, photographer Tobias Baumgaertner snapped a romantic shot of two widowed penguins overlooking a pier in Melbourne, Australia.