animal photography

The BirdLife Australia Photography Awards Celebrates Conservation – Fine Art Photography Article

The BirdLife Australia Photography Awards Celebrates Conservation A Butterfly Snatch’ © Greg Norman, Winner of the Bird Behaviour Category 2019. Rainbow Bee-eater, Wyndham, Western Australia“This shot was taken on a day where I was concentrating solely on bee-eaters in flight and feeding. They would perch in bushes along the bank of a dam then fly out over the water to catch an insect, which was usually a dragonfly; however, every once in a while, they would follow the base of…

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Submit to The Print Swap Exhibition in Athens, Greece – Fine Art Photography Article

Submit to The Print Swap Exhibition in Athens, Greece Feature Shoot’s global project The Print Swap will be heading to Athens, Greece, as part of a weeklong exhibition this fall. All photographers who swap prints between now and our deadline on September 29th will have their work exhibited at the beautiful Blank Wall Gallery, located on Fokionos Negri Street at the center of Kipseli, where a rush of daily pedestrians and visitors come to enjoy the neighborhood’s coffee, food, and…

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Rescued Chickens at Home with Their People – Fine Art Photography Article

Rescued Chickens at Home with Their People Valencia Jayne Alexa and Maddie The animal caregiver and activist Maddie Cartwright smelled the barn before she entered it. She’d been urgently called to a bankrupt factory farm, where tens of thousands of chicks waited to be saved or killed. Inside, she found wounded, weak, and freezing chickens, huddled together for warmth beside the bodies of their already-dead companions. Some were blind; many were dying.  Cartwright, working alongside sanctuary workers and local volunteers,…

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A Poignant Portrait of Elephants Living in Captivity and the Toll it Takes on Their Lives – Fine Art Photography Article

A Poignant Portrait of Elephants Living in Captivity and the Toll it Takes on Their Lives Over the past decade, photographer Colleen Plumb has traveled to more than 70 zoos in the United States and Europe, documenting the self-destructive behaviors that elephants exhibit as a result of being forced to live in captivity. Known as stereotypy, these actions include rhythmic rocking, head bobbing, stepping back and forth, and pacing — compulsively and relentlessly destroying their bodies and souls. Where other…

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Masi ~ DOGS WE’VE LOVED ~ Kitchener pet photographer – scruffy dog photography – Pet Photography Article

Masi ~ DOGS WE’VE LOVED ~ Kitchener pet photographer – scruffy dog photography Meet Masi … another entry in the special Dogs We’ve Loved series — a series that pays tribute to those dogs we have loved in life and continue to love beyond, the dogs who live on in our memories, in our hearts, our souls, and through the very important photos we create of them. You can see other entries in the Dogs We’ve Loved series here. Masi,…

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Masi ~ DOGS WE’VE LOVED ~ Kitchener pet photographer – scruffy dog photography – Pet Photography Article

Masi ~ DOGS WE’VE LOVED ~ Kitchener pet photographer – scruffy dog photography Meet Masi … another entry in the special Dogs We’ve Loved series — a series that pays tribute to those dogs we have loved in life and continue to love beyond, the dogs who live on in our memories, in our hearts, our souls, and through the very important photos we create of them. You can see other entries in the Dogs We’ve Loved series here. Masi,…

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