For wild animals, life is about having the guard up at all times and looking for every single opportunity that comes their way. After all, it’s about the survival of the fittest. This tug of war in nature’s most extreme climate and geographical regions puts
Animal expressions are always natural, unadulterated by manipulations, which only a human mind is capable of. These expressions and postures are amusing at times. Wildlife photographers know what it means to capture an animal’s expression. But their works are always a treat for eyes. So,
The 2017 Sony World Photography Awards were announced weeks ago. Thousands of entries included impressive wildlife and nature photography too. In fact, the winner depicted impact of the climate by capturing the Icebergs that were part of the Larsen Ice Shelf. Other entries included a
There are only 411 Asiatic lions left in the world and all of them live in the Gir Forest (National Park) in state of Gujarat in India. Gir is the only forest where lions roam freely and hunts chital deer and livestock. It’s one of
Peter Adams, a 56y-year-old British photographer, flew above the Okavango Delta, Botswana to capture amazing aerial shots of various animal herds in their natural habitat.
A vendor holds an owl for sale at Jatinegara bird market in Jakarta, Indonesia. Photograph: Adi Weda/EPA