Wildlife & Nature Photography

Inspired by the relationship between light and water and their effect on aquatic wildlife, French photographer Michel Loup has photographed lakes from a new and exciting perspective.

 

 

An extreme close up of a female regal orange morph spider.

Not for the faint-hearted, these spectacular, close up pictures of six-eyed jumping spiders are shockingly intimate. 

© Jim Brandenburg

Jim Brandenburg's breathtaking photos celebrate the wild American prairies he calls home.

 

© Marek Kosinski

On a trip to photograph common cranes in a remote Polish nature reserve, Marek Kosinski was delighted to witness something totally unexpected among the birds: rutting red deer. 

 

Winter barn owl on post by Jules Cox

Jules Cox's love for British wildlife has seen him return to these shores to capture our most beautiful wildlife on film. 

Iony island cliffs and sea

This tiny, isolated Russian outcrop provides a sanctuary for rare sealions and rich birdlife – and a paradise for wildlife photographer Toshiji Fukuda. 

 

A young northern elephant seal investigates the strange visitor to its territory

A stunning gallery of underwater wildlife by award-winning photographer Pascal Kobeh.

Photo Masterclass part 13: Cold weather wildlife photography spread

Frost, ice and snow not only change the appearance of the world around us, but also the way animals behave. This offers great possibilities for taking unusual, beautifully lit photographs. 

 

Infant riding on mother's back

Intimate portraits of family life among wild gorillas by wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas.

A herd of African elephants on Chief's Island.

Discover the stunning wildlife and landscapes of the Okavango Delta in Botswana with photographer Marius Coetzee.

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