Avijaučiai Norvegijoje

Idėja keliauti fotografuoti avijaučius kilo spontaniškai. Tų metų žiemą planavome ir ruošėmės išvykai į Japoniją, tačiau kylant vis naujiems trukdžiams ir kėblumams, nutarėme patraukti į Norvegiją. Avijaučiai per tūkstančius metų prisitaikė prie itin atšiaurių klimatinių sąlygų ir šiauriniame pusrutulyje jau tada gyveno kartu su mamutais. Pasaulin...
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Arctic Fox Photography in Winter, Iceland

February, 2017 We were very excited to come back to Iceland to photograph the Arctic Fox – one of our favourite animals. In 2014 we had a great experience and adventure to photograph arctic fox cubs in summer. Full story is here. This year, with a great help from David Gibbon, Arctic Fox Centre and Borea Adventures, we had a superb opportunity to...
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Poliarinės lapės žiemą

Vasaris, 2017 Su dideliu nekantrumu ir jauduliu laukėme kelionės į Islandiją. 2014 m. šioje gamtovaizdžiu išsiskiriančioje šalyje lankėmės vasarą, kur Westfjord pusiasalyje esančiame Hornstrandir gamtos draustinyje fotografavome poliarines lapes ir jų jauniklius. Įspūdžius ir nuotraukas iš šios kelionės galite rasti čia. Šiais metais nutarėme grį...
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Black and White Photography with a Dash of Colour

February, 2017 I have become increasingly interested in black and white images. When colour is stripped away, it leaves a true character of an animal. Black and white images let me show wildlife in an artistic, different way. I really like photography by David Yarrow, David Lloyd, James Warwick and the way they use light and shadows, lines and...
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Fox the Photographer

April-July, 2016 We started observing foxes visiting our garden from the comfort of our home. The first couple of years we photographed foxes through the kitchen window and used camera traps at night. This year we decided to try to take images from our garden. At the beginning foxes were a bit wary of us but later if we sit still they even used...
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Fox Photography or How We Photographed Urban Foxes

April-July, 2016 We started observing red foxes visiting our garden from the comfort of our home. We've spent lots of time watching them through the kitchen window till one day we were able to distinguish between individual foxes by their looks and behavior. So we we named them "Paw", "Beauty", "Mom", "Fuzzy" and etc. They are all with their i...
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Brown Bears of Finland

July-August, 2015 The Eurasian Brown Bear is the national animal of Finland and has long been a symbol of Russia. According to the Natural Resources Institute in Finland, the population of the brown bear rose by 15 per cent in the last year and it should be somewhere between 1,720 and 1,840 brown bears in Finland. Until the 1970's, the state still...
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Brown Bear Cubs

July-August, 2015 Once again we decided to go back to Finland to photograph Eurasian brown bears in the east of Finland, close to the Russian border. We had a descent amount of success but as always, we wanted a little better light, a bit better background, more action and etc. Nevertheless, a week in July and a week in August gave us some time to...
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Musk Ox Photography in Norway

February, 2015 We just came back from an unforgettable trip to Norway, Dovrefjell- Sunndalsfjella National Park. The idea to photograph Musk Ox in winter came spontaneously and quite unexpectedly. We’ve done quite a lot of preparation for a trip to Japan but with the things not going as planned, we gave up an idea of Japan and decided to fly...
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Wildlife Photography in the Falkland Islands

January-February, 2015 Everything started from a conversation with a keen photographer John whom we met in the park couple of years ago. John mentioned his recent trip to the Falkland Islands and showed his brilliant photos. The name of the islands came across again while gathering information about remote wildlife locations. The decision was ma...
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Bird Photography in the Falkland Islands

January-February, 2015 We have spent two amazing weeks in the Falkland Islands photographing Rockhopper, Magellanic, Gentoo and King penguins. These birds were our primary target. Falkland Islands have a big variety of other birds too which could be seen on the coast or cliffs, in tussac grass, ponds or wetland areas. Tussacbird also known a...
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Rockhopper Penguins

January - February, 2015 We have spent two amazing weeks in the Falkland Islands photographing different species of birds and animals, but our primary target was penguins. There are five penguin species breeding on the islands. This blog is about Southern Rockhoppers. In the Falkland islands one of the best places to photograph Rockhoppers is o...
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Magellanic Penguins

January-February, 2015 Magellanic penguins don't live in a world of cold, ice and snow. They are only found around the Falkland Islands (population 100,000 pairs) and South America (1.2 million pairs). In the Falkland islands Magellanic penguins are easily spotted and found over a big area. They nest in the burrows like rabbits giving preferenc...
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Gentoo Penguins in Falkland Islands

January - February, 2015 Gentoo penguins are the third largest from all 17 penguin species behind Emperor and King penguins. The total world breeding population is over 300,000 pairs. The Falkland Islands hold 21,500 breeding pairs. We photographed Gentoo at three locations: Sea Lion Island, Saunders and Volunteer Point. The best way to reach...
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King Penguins

January - February, 2015 We recently returned from the Falkland Islands. It is a fascinating place and definitely worth visiting if you are a nature lover. There are five penguin species breeding on the islands. This blog is about King penguins. Volunteer point is a home to the largest King penguin colony within the Falkland Islands with 1000 b...
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