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Photo by Xyza Cruz Bacani - Philippines

Photographer: Konsta Pankka, From Finland, Captures The Soul Of The Forest With His Unbelievably Intimate Animal Shots.

Photographer Captures The Soul Of The Forest With His Unbelievably Intimate Animal Shots

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This is so beautiful! Bushmen Tribe Girl and Cheetah by Gregory Colbert from ‘ashes & snow’ NEGRITOS Negro black beauty beautiful afro

Well, if I had to be bitten by a poisonous snake, this one looks pretty cool.  (Photo by Mark Laita)

Serpentine: Beautiful Portraits of the World's Most Deadly Snakes

In his new book, Serpentine, Mark Laita captures the colors, textures and sinuous forms of a variety of snake species

The REAL Mowgli: Incredible images of the little girl who spent the first ten years of her life growing up in the African bush | Mail Online

The REAL Mowgli: Incredible images of the little girl who spent the first ten years of her life growing up in the African bush

Seemingly a figment of Kipling's imagination, Tippi Degré grew up alongside wild animals in the African bush.

gabrielsaunteredvaguelydownwards: priceofliberty: taktophoto: Tale of nature from Vyacheslav Mishchenko every single one of these photos looks like a dream.

The Tiny World of Snails. Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mischenko from Berdichev.

Simen Johan contravenes almost every rule of normal wildlife photography. Far from being a documentary photographer who observes and records animals in their natural habitat, he creates each of his images meticulously in front of a computer screen, creating a rich amalgamation of fantasy and reality with fairytale or often post-apocalyptic connotations. Oddly – or perhaps intentionally - the results say more about human interference than they do about animals. These photographs really…

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Simen Johan Untitled 2006 From the series Until the Kingdom Comes Digital C-print © Simen Johan, Courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery, New York

Mary Ellen Mark (born 1940): Animal Trainer with elephant – circus in India, Autumn 1989.

Photographer Mary Ellen Mark's best shot

Mary Ellen Mark, Ram Prakash Singh with his Elephant Shyama at the Golden Circus, Ahmedabad, India, 1990

⭐️Saturday photo tip!⭐️ Today's photography tip is this: learn to be invisible. That sounds simple, right?  As a documentary photographer, I want to capture the true personality of each dog, and in order to do this, I need them to ignore me and carry on with their favorite activities.  # To capture more "real" moments, practice becoming invisible to the animal or person that you are photographing. Practically, this means putting yourself in a position to capture a moment and then waiting…

⭐️Saturday photo tip!⭐️ Today's photography tip is this: learn to be invisible. That sounds simple, right? As a documentary photographer, I want to capture the true personality of each dog, and in order to do this, I need them to ignore me and carry on with their favorite activities. # To capture more "real" moments, practice becoming invisible to the animal or person that you are photographing. Practically, this means putting yourself in a position to capture a moment and then waiting…

Located at the foot of the Tatra Mountains, Zakopane is Poland’s best-known mountain resort. With streets and rooftops that are especially picturesque when covered in snow, Zakopane is probably one of the most incredible places to go for Christmas.

Christmas Wishlist: The Best Places to Visit in Poland

Located at the foot of the Tatra Mountains, Zakopane is Poland’s best-known mountain resort. With streets and rooftops that are especially picturesque when covered in snow, Zakopane is probably one of the most incredible places to go for Christmas.

Truly one of my all time favorite documentary photography artists Sebastio Salgado Black and white photography

Sebastião Salgado in Siberia - in pictures

Check out these gorgeous photos by Sebastiao Salgado. You'll never think of reindeer the same again. The Nenets of Siberia ensure the annual reindeer migration - The Washington Post

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