Wildlife photographers are always crazy when they try to get a perfect shot of their objects. For the perfect moment, they would do everything they can and sometimes they means they need to risk their life. Below photos taken by Rodrigo Friscione are good example of how crazy wildlife photographer can be. Swimming along the ten-foot-long and two-hundred-pound predator isn’t something most people would do. However, Friscione just did that and brought us those spectacular images of american crocodile. Although the crocodile shown in the photos is quite peaceful, it doesn’t mean you should do the same thing without professional training. When you see a crocodile outside, leave it as far as possible!
When talk about peacock, the first impression comes to your mind is probably their elegance and colourfulness. Not many of us even know this pretty big bird can actually fly. And in fact, they don’t do that for fun but for escaping from predators. When danger comes, birds start running and flutter into the air. Although, the distance is pretty limited but they aren’t slow – they can speed up to 16 km/h (10 mph)! It is quite impressive to see the elegant bird flit through the sky with its long tail feather.
No only human enjoy the scents of flower, animal does as well. Here we rounded up a list of photos that show animals enjoying the bloom. Bunnies, kittens, foxes, bears and even tigers, no matter they are big or small, it seems they all enjoy the alluring smell as same as bees do. Before you really start to think, do they really enjoy the smell or they just want to eat the flower. Let’s just leave the question and enjoy those lovely photos.
These stunning black-and-white images were taken by French photographer Laurent Baheux who has been documenting the majestic wildlife of Africa, highlighting the animals’ beauty and strength for the past 13 years. In Baheux’s photos, these animals are not faceless beasts, but individuals with their own intelligence, experiences, and dignity. You can see them in a rare moment of peace and rest, or gazing directly into the camera. Both beautiful and inspiring, the images of these animals encourage viewers to not only appreciate their aesthetic appeal, but to also take action to preserve and protect wildlife around the world. There are more than 300 black-and-white images collected in Baheux’s new book “The Family Album of Wild Africa” where he celebrates the soul and individuality of the vast continent’s fauna, revealing all of their vulnerability while losing nothing of their raw vitality. Let’s take a close look to those creatures through Baheux’s eyes.