Tag Archives: Wildlife photography

How A Nocturnal Politician Became The Unlikely Father Of Wildlife Photography

In the late 19th and early 20th century, photographer George Shiras lived something of a double life. During the day, he served as a successful lawyer and politician, eventually becoming a member of the House of Representatives for the state of Pennsylvania. At night, however, he roamed the black wilderness from Allegheny to Lake Superior, photographing the deer, lynx, raccoons… Read more »

10+ Of The Funniest Entries From The 2016 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

Laughter is not the only thing this annual event that focuses on revealing the amusing side of nature wants to bring you though – as the authors state on their website, “way more importantly, this competition is about conservation.“ They work together with Born Free Foundation, animal welfare and conservation charity, that takes action worldwide to save lives, stop suffering… Read more »

Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2016 Finalists

Laughter is not the only thing this annual event that focuses on revealing the amusing side of nature wants to bring you, though – as the authors state on their website, “way more importantly, this competition is about conservation.“ They work together with Born Free Foundation, animal welfare, and conservation charity, that takes action worldwide to save lives, stop suffering… Read more »