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69 photographers, all over Europe.
Anders Geidemark
 
25 Aug 2014 04:31 pm
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Bence Máté
 
24 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Bruno D'Amicis
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Bruno D'Amicis lives among the mountains of Abruzzi, in Central Italy. After getting his MSc in Biology in 2004, he began working as a freelance nature photographer with a special interest in endangered species and conservation issues. His images and words have been published in books, magazines, calendars and brochures. He has worked as researcher for the National Geographic Magazine, photography teacher, editor and columnist. He is a member of the International League of Conservation Photographers (ILCP).

~~His mission for WWoE took him to the Tatra mountains. ^In spring 2009 I photographed brown bears in their spectacular mountain habitat in the Slovak Tatra. I had already been working in the area for four years, and expected that Spring to bring many bear cubs. But the work was not easy. I did not put out any bait to attract these elusive animals, but instead chose to wait for them in the alpine meadows. I slept outside in the mountains and walked along the ridges in an attempt to spot the bears before approaching them. My backpack full of food, equipment and a long lens was a heavy burden. I hope the results of my effort will help preserve the nature of one of the last mountain wilderness areas of Europe.^
 
Christian Ziegler
 
25 Aug 2014 04:31 pm
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Claudia Müller
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Cornelia Dorr
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Daniel Bergmann
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Daniel Zupanc
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Danny Green
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Danny Green (UK) has a particular interest in the wildlife and landscapes of the northern hemisphere and has travelled to many remote regions in search of his images, from Svalbard, Iceland and Finland to his favourite country Scotland. He spends many months in the field achieving his images and has a particular interest in the vast seabird colonies in the northern Atlantic.
~~^My mission for Wild wonders of Europe was the charismatic Northern Gannet and my goal was to visit some of the remotest colonies in Scotland. This exciting project took me to Boreray, St Kilda, The Flannan Isles, Hermaness, Shetland Isles and the Bass Rock. I covered many aspects of Gannet behaviour from courtship display to rearing of the young chicks.^
 
David Maitland
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Photography has featured prominently throughout David Maitland's life and after gaining his PhD in Zoology he enjoyed a successful academic career in South Africa and the United Kingdom, using photography for both research and teaching before becoming a full-time Nature photographer in 2006.
~~Specialising in biological form and function, ecology and conservation, David aims to capture the quirkiness in a creature's character and the beauty of Nature in order to highlight the plight many of the World's creatures find themselves in because of Man's activities. His most recent work has taken him to the tropical rainforests of the Americas, Africa and Indonesia, the tundra of Finland and for WWoE to the mountains of Macedonia.
~~For his WWoE mission, David worked in the Gali
 
Diego Lopez
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Dieter Damschen
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Dietmar Nill
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Dietmar Nill has always been interested in nature and aged 18 he started photography. His special interest is photographing bats and birds of prey, especially in flight. He enjoys trying to capture those moments in their lives that might not otherwise be noticed. Dietmar has been professional for 10 years and is one of Germany's most successful nature photographers. He has won numerous prizes in international competitions and his work has been widely published. He provided photos for a book on all the species of European bats.
~~~For the Wild Wonders of Europe project, Dietmar travelled to the Nikopol area of Bulgaria to photograph birds and Meheley's horseshoe bats.

~~^Bulgaria offers nature still relatively untouched by man, a diversity of species and large populations
 
Edwin Giesbers
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Edwin Giesbers is a professional freelance nature photographer based in the Netherlands. He is interested in a wide range of subjects from insects, plants, birds, and mammals to complete landscapes.
~His pictures have been successful in several leading international photo competitions and his work has been published in magazines such as BBC Wildlife Magazine, National Geographic, Terre Sauvage and Camera Natura. Since 2009 Edwin has been a member of IEPA (International Environment Photographers Association).
~His mission for Wild Wonders of Europe was to photograph the alpine landscape and plants of Liechtenstein.

 
Elio della Ferrera
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Erlend Haarberg
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Norwegian photographer Erlend Haarberg has won numerous international awards, and has been named Norwegian nature photographer of the year six times. His images have been widely published in book projects and he is also a prolific writer of magazine articles.

~~Together with his wife Orsolya, also a Wild Wonders of Europe photographer, Erlend has written and illustrated a book called ^Lapland - the Alaska of Europe^.

~~For Wild Wonders, Erlend visited the Gran Paradiso National Park in Italy in early winter to photograph chamois and ibex in their mountain habitat, and he also worked on capercaillies and black grouse at their lek sites in the forests of Sweden.
 
Florian Möllers
 
24 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Florian Möllers studied biology and is a photographer and writer based in Germany. He likes to document the often ambiguous relationships between man and wildlife concentrating on natural history phenomena and threats to eco-systems and species. He likes to champion the underdogs of the animal world and has done stories on wild boar, cormorants, mink and raccoon dog. People play a very strong part in his pictures and he tries to showcase people's attitude or engagement in nature, conservation and wildlife whether they be scientists, hunters, conservationists, animal lovers/keepers or ordinary citizens.
~~Florian is one of the team of dedicated photographers who organized the Wild Wonders of Europe project. Of the missions he worked on he writes:^The cormorants I photographed in
 
Franco Banfi
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Frank Krahmer
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Frank Krahmer's approach to photography is much influenced by his experiences of watercolour painting. With his camera he aims to catch mood through lighting just as he would ^paint with light^. Frank has travelled widely and is particularly attracted to extreme landscapes like deserts, rainforests and arctic biotopes. He is a member of the Society of German Animal/Nature Photographers (GDT).
~~His missions for Wild Wonders of Europe led him to the small but splendid location of Lac Blanc high above Chamonix in France, where the gigantic scenery of the Mont Blanc mountains may be photographed perfectly reflected in the lake, and to the Tre Cime di Lavaredo in the Italian Dolomites - one of the world's best known symbols of the European Alps.
 
Georg Popp
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Gregorz Lesniewski
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Grzegorz Lesniewski (Poland) is an environmental biologist and dedicated birdwatcher. At the beginning of the nineties he started guiding foreign birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts in eastern Poland. He started photographing nature in 1994, at first mainly birds and then other subjects. He mainly concentrates on the native wildlife of Poland and is always trying to capture interesting animal behaviour and interactions between species. He was named Photographer of the Year 2005 by the Union of Polish Wildlife Photographers. For the past two years, Gregory has been concentrating on photographing big Polish predators in the wild - wolf, bear and lynx.
~~Grzegorz was the only Polish photographer to take part in the Wild Wonders of Europe project. He documented marmots in the Hohe Taue
 
Igor Shpilenok
 
25 Aug 2014 04:31 pm
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Igor Shpilenok's WWoE mission in May 2009 was to photograph Europe's only antelope, the endangered Saiga, in their native and disappearing steppe in Kalmykia, a region in Southwestern Russia. Because of poaching and other pressures, there are fewer than 20,000 saiga remaining in Europe - down from more than 2 million animals in the middle of last century. Igor hopes that by showing these unique, hump-nosed antelope to Europeans and the world, he can evoke in people the desire to help the animals in their fight for survival. As well as photographing the saiga and their calves, Igor captured Demoiselle crane, Steppe eagle and wild flowers including tulips.
An environmental activist and former director of the Bryansk Forest Nature Reserve in western Russia Igor Shpilenok has been phot
 
Inaki Relanzon
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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Ingo Arndt
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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From early childhood, Ingo Arndt spent every single minute of his spare time outdoors in nature. He realised that photography was a useful tool in environmental protection, so, after finishing school in 1992, he decided to choose the adventurous life of a professional photographer. Since then, he has travelled around the world, photographing animals and their habitats, in the past few years mainly on assignment for GEO Germany.
~Ingo's photographs are mainly published in international magazines including GEO, National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, National Wildlife and many others. He has received numerous awards for his photography in many international photo competitions and his picture story on ^Animal Feet^ was awarded at the ^World Press Photo Contest^. In 2006 he received the ^German
 
Jari Peltomäki
 
25 Aug 2014 12:00 am
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