This was taken in Wapusk National Park, Canada. It was very cold that day and the temperature were minus 40 degrees Celsius.
The interaction between the baby polar bear and his mother was an expression of love. I was very lucky to capture this interesting moment.
While on a photography trip in Tanzania, I came across this beautiful young lioness in the tree. Unfortunately she was sleeping with her face away from my camera. I waited for nearly two hours and then she turned around as she was ready to go hunt. At this moment in time the light was going out and the sun had nearly set. I took out my flash, added a beam magnification plastic lens to the front of the flash and held it externally from the camera to avoid \"red-eye\". I made several images and on this particular image the beam from the flash got perfectly aligned with the lioness. In Tanzania some lions do climb trees!
Going early to photograph a golden sunrise at the Vestrahorn, Iceland, but the sun was shy and failed to show up due to heavy cloud covers. I noticed the beach had interesting movement of the tide against backdrop of the Horned Peaks caped in grey clouds. The tide was fast rushing in and out randomly. Experimenting with my positions and the camera speeds, with a bit luck, I got a shot of one particular wave front forming a beautifully shaped S-curve. I felt that the streaming wave pattern is like a giant music score that captures the rhythm of the dancing tide.
It is a challenge to take a long exposure photo of a grizzly at a waterfall. After numerous attempts, this Coastal Brown Bear at the top of Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park, Alaska, stayed still long enough for me to capture this image. I usually use a very fast exposure when photographing wildlife, but I love the effect of this one slowed down.
It has always fascinated me how many giant brands, like Coca-Cola, got their humble beginnings.
Seeing these 3 bottles: an 1899 Hobble Skirt, a 1915 Root Bottle and a 1900 Crown Top Straight Sided Bottle at a thrift store, I immediately knew I wanted to recreate the story of how John Pemberton, an old Southern Root Doctor from Atlanta, Georgia invented Coca-Cola right in his backyard in 1886.
Three-legged kettles made his invention possible. I am not sure of the exact setup of his laboratory, but this is how I imagined it to be using antique props I found locally. This image was made using Harold's Sculpting with Light Technique.
Water Provides Clarity
Since water is clear, it reflects whoever or whatever is looking into it, like a mirror does. Gabriel also encourages people to reflect, by helping them listen to, and understand, their thoughts and emotions. Through that process, people can become more aware of the state of their souls.
I was thrilled to be able to share a blind with a friend, hoping to see and photograph some baby Red Fox kits. We were in the tent before 6 a.m., and finally at 7:15 a.m. the first little fox kit showed up. After about a half hour, a sibling joined in, and then the fun started with them wrestling and chasing each other, and occasionally -- a hug!
My way of living changed when I moved to the US. After a while, I realized how easily I was mentally hooked on cheap colorful clothes from famous mass-market brands. The sad paradox for me was: while we are habitually consuming we are being consumed.
This photo essay is based on my personal feelings and experience of a long journey from fast fashion back to sustainable living.
The landscape of southern Utah is one of the most diverse I have ever seen. The badlands seem like places from another planet. These views get a different perspective when seen from above like in this image.
- Рейтинг фотографов по странам и городам строится на основе 3-х лучших фотографий автора и их относительной позиции в каждой отдельной номинации. Рейтинг в номинации "Мобильная фотография" учитывается в меньшей степени для формирования рейтинга. В списке показывается одна фотография автора с лучшим рейтингом.
- В списке опубликованы только работы которые прошли 2-й этап голосования.
- The rating of photographers by countries and cities is based on the three best photos of the author and their relative position in each separate nomination. Rating in the nomination "Mobile Photography" is taken into account to a lesser extent for rating formation. The list shows one photo of the author with the best rating.
- Only those photos have been published in the list that passed the second stage of voting.